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Web: Debt Accounts are here!

Posted by on April 30, 2019 in Announcements | 0 comments

Get started now. Here’s how. Pick the option that shows how you’ve been keeping track of your debts in Goodbudget so far. Option 1: Payments only, no debt balances If you’ve been tracking your monthly payment with a regular Envelope and not tracking the balance of your debt using an Account, you can find instructions […]

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Fixes make Goodbudget better

Posted by on April 25, 2019 in Announcements | 0 comments

We want Goodbudget to work better for everyone! So, we’ve made some improvements to make Goodbudget work better for you. Here are some changes we’ve made: Fixed widget crashing on Android 8 Added compatibility for iPhone X, XS, XS Max, XR Added Force touch for iPhone Fixed an issue where the website would freeze when […]

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Web: Use Debt Accounts to track payoff progress

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Track debt on the web Debt Accounts are now available on the web, so you can more easily track your debt payoff progress. These Debt Accounts are great for tracking things like car loans, student loans, and credit cards you’ve stopped using and are working to pay off. When you track these kinds of debt […]

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Having debt is a drag…

Posted by on April 18, 2019 in Announcements | 4 comments

…and tracking it in Goodbudget has been a pain So we wanted to do something about that, because you told us our old workaround for tracking debt wasn’t working for you. Here’s what didn’t work about it: There was no good way to track the balances on debts you were working to pay off. It […]

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Still working on your taxes?

Posted by on April 5, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Here are tips that can help April 15 is more than a week away, so you still have plenty of time to file your taxes. But could you use some last minute tips and tricks to help make filing easier? Or, do you want some inspiration on ways to use your tax refund? Check out […]

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Build an emergency fund AND a plan

Posted by on March 14, 2019 in Articles | 8 comments

Financial emergencies can strike at any time, and being prepared for them ahead of time can reduce the stress you feel when one happens. But only having an emergency fund is not enough. Create a financial emergency plan to back it up. That plan is your roadmap for how you’ll spend from your fund and […]

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Affected by the government shutdown?

Posted by on January 24, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Here’s what you can do This current government shutdown has serious implications for many of your lives and budgets. Many of you are furloughed without pay, while others continue to work… but with no pay. Some of you might not receive benefits checks that you depend on. And the list really does go on. Regardless […]

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What to do when your check is late

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Having an unexpected loss of income is tough, especially when it’s outside of your control. It’s no surprise that the best way to weather the storm is by having an emergency fund and plan. (And if you don’t have one, we’ll have some more information about how to make one available for you soon.) But […]

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Q & A with a new Goodbudgeter

Posted by on January 4, 2019 in Articles | 2 comments

Whether you’re new to Goodbudget, or been with us for a while, hearing people talk about their budgeting journey can help inspire you to create a budget that works. Meet Alex, the newest addition to the Goodbudget team. He’s twenty-three and a recent college grad. Hear from him as he reflects on his experience getting started with […]

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Tis the season…for budgets

Posted by on December 14, 2018 in Articles | 0 comments

It’s that time of year again There’s no better time than now to get on a budget. Of course, you already know how to get your budget ready for the holidays. But does your brother know Goodbudget can help him save for big expenses, like holiday shopping? And does your mom know Goodbudget can help […]

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