Best of Finance 2012: Best Finance Apps

What are the best personal finance apps?The best in personal finance at the touch of a button, in the palm of your hand – it’s truly amazing what you can accomplish with your money while on the move. Whether you’re sticking to a budget, paying bills on the go, or keeping a mindful eye on the stock market, these finance apps are top of the line.

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  1. A cash advance is money that you balslaciy charge to a credit card. Typically they have high rates of interest, so you should use them rarely if at all.A mortgage is a loan for a home. They have much lower rates of interest (but of course you’re borrowing a lot more money). They are tax-deductible, unlike your credit card cash advance.I’m not aware of a mortgage tied to a credit card, but conceivably someone could offer one tied to an equity line (how much non-borrowed money you have for worth in the house) and make a card from it. I haven’t seen it, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.

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