American Express recently launched a money manager tool that gives you one more way to stay on top of your finances. This tool allows you to:
- Keep track of due dates for bill payments
- Review all of your spending across multiple bank and investment accounts
- Consolidate rewards statements for hotel and frequent flyer points
- Calculate your total net worth
- Set email alerts for almost anything
The personal finance management space has become extremely competitive lately. The American Express Money Manager distinguishes itself by offering a free online tool that can manager all of your accounts (not just your Amex cards) and investments in one place. Of course, the tool is just for those who carry an American Express card. For a deeper look, press play on this neat video:
Now let’s dive in to some of the best money articles from the past week.
- 22 Reasons Why You Should NOT Go Out and Buy Windows 7 @ Enemy of Debt: Have you ever wondered who the Jones’ were and why people wanted to keep up with them?
- The Cost of Being a Dude @ Budgets are Sexy: Looks like us guys have it easy doesn’t it?
- How Much Can You Save By Negotiating On Craigslist? @ No Debt Plan: The art of negotiating is a tricky one. Make sure you have a game plan going in.
- Which is Better For You: Term or Whole Life Insurance? @ Own The Dollar: I guess the bottom line is whether or not you plan to die now or later.
- What The Movie Wall Street Can Teach Us About Greed @ Bible Money Matters: I think the real Wall Street has taught us something about greed over the last 12 months.
- Are We Qualified to Invest on Our Own? @ The Oblivious Investor: A very interesting point made … just make sure not to take it personally.
- How Much Should Unbiased Financial Advice Cost? @ The Finance Buff: Maybe it’s time you look for a newer and cheaper financial advisor?
- How To Keep a Customer Happy @ Brip Blap: Happy customers means more money, and more money means happier you!