To track my all of my Financial, I use the app called Mint.
Mint is a free mobile app and online personal finance application from Intuit that offers a variety of easy-to-use financial planning, Budgeting, and tracking tools
How to setup Mint to track your Finances
Step 1: Open a new account https://accounts.intuit.com/signup.html
Go to Mint.com and click the “Sign Up” button. All you need to create a new account is an email address, password, country, and zip code.
Step 2: Connect your financial accounts
To use Mint effectively, you have to connect your financial accounts. You can even connect some cryptocurrency account! Don’t worry this is a read-only feature so you won’t be able to access your bank accounts to make transfers or move money around.
It’s completely secure!
This next step will likely be the most time-consuming part of setting up your Mint.com account, depending on how many accounts you have. To save some time though, I suggest you have all banking login information handy.
Under the “Accounts” section simply add your bank account from the list. Mint.com syncs with nearly every financial institution available, so if you don’t see yours listed simply do a quick search.
Step 3: Create a Mint budget plan
One of the best features of using Mint.com is that you can track your expenses with a customizable budget. Then at the end of each
Mint will notify you if you are over spending such as coffee, entertainment or gas.
Step 4: Take the next step with financial goals
Mint.com is also a great tool for setting financial goals such as purchasing a home, getting out of debt, Investing or building an emergency fund.
Step 5: Add your Assets and Investing accounts.
I love to tract my Investment and Assets. It keeps me