Organize accounts possible with the My Savings app, a financial manager that can help the user keep track of spending. One of the app's key differentiators that goes beyond the traditional expense record and other transactions is the encouragement of financial education through goal setting and dream planning.
With simple and intuitive navigation, My Savings is available for free download on Google Play and the App Store. The tutorial below was done on an iPhone (iOS), but the walkthrough looks very similar on devices using the Android operating system.
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Step 1. Install the My Savings app on your smartphone from the dnetc page. Once the download is complete, open the app and fill in your registration, with email and password, or simply using Facebook;
After downloading, make the registration in the app My Economies Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
Step 2. After login, you will be directed to the start screen, which displays an Overview. As its name implies, here you will find a summary of its main information, such as current balance, balance of inflows and outflows, comparative spending by periods, cash flow, a graph with expenses by category, goals and dreams;
Key financial information for the user is gathered on the app's home screen. Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
Step 3. Tap the current balance to update the amounts available today. By default, there are four active accounts: Wallet, Credit Card, Checking Account, and Savings. If you want to add a new account or edit an existing one, just tap the "+" or "Edit" sign at the top of the screen. The three dots next to each active account value is a shortcut for you to access them individually;
Update Account Balance to start recording your income and expenses Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
Step 4. Now just fill in the account name, starting balance, cone letter and color. Then s save. The same procedure is used to edit the accounts, just choosing one of the existing options;
To create a new account or edit an existing one, simply fill in the required information. Photo: Playback / Amanda de Almeida
Step 5. To register operations, tap the bottom corner of the screen on the edit icon. You will be directed to the "New Expense" screen. There, tap the arrow at the top of the screen to choose the type of transaction you want to record, and then click OK;
On the home screen, there is a shortcut to enter income, expenses and transfers. Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
Step 6. Choose the type of transaction to be registered in My Economies. Options are color-coded, including Expense (red), Revenue (green), and Transfer (blue), which makes navigation a breeze. That done, tap OK;
Select the type of transaction to register on My Economies Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
Step 7. To complete the registration of the transaction, complete the necessary data, such as the date, description, category and account that will be credited or debited. The categories are generic, but bring more specific subcategories, which can also be edited according to the needs of each user;
Complete the information required to register the operation. Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
Step 8. My Savings also helps the user plan financially to make dreams come true. In addition to the available options, you can enter other ideas and the values needed to realize them, as well as how much you have already saved, interest if the money is invested, and even how much you need to save for a predetermined period of time.
My Savings helps you plan financially to make dreams come true Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
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