2017’s Best Financial Apps, Websites & More

Not to put you on the spot, but… What will be your #SoMoney moment in 2017?

Will you…
A. Save more effortlessly?
B. Invest more meaningfully?
C. Squash debt once and for all?
D. End arguments around money with your ex? (Sort of random, but hey.)
E. Maybe… all of the above?

No matter which direction you’re headed, I have you covered. (Even D.)

In my latest for O, The Oprah Magazine I share the best free and low-cost apps to help us achieve many of our money goals.

Get a jumpstart on your #SoMoney moment. Try these tools out and let me know what you think.


P.S. Be careful using your credit card this time of year. It’s high season for fraudsters. We dedicate an Ask Farnoosh to answering some of the biggest questions around fraud protection with special guest (and friend of the show) Dr. Brad Klontz.

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