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The me&mymoney app – the free tool to help you take control

  • New me&mymoney app is out now
  • Manage all your accounts in one place
  • Set savings targets and monitor your spending
  • It’s free and secure

The evestor ‘me&mymoney’ app is available now from the App Store or Google Play - it works by pulling together information from all your current accounts, savings accounts, credit cards and evestor investments in one place.

Download the app to your phone and in just a few minutes you can link it to all your bank or building society accounts, as well as credit card providers, so instead of having to log into several different apps and websites to keep track of your finances, you get the big picture on one screen.

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Want to see how much you spend on coffee every month, or if that vinyl buying habit really is breaking the bank? No problem!

Once you can see where and how you spend your money, you can use the app to set budgets on spending, create savings goals and targets for paying off debts, then track your progress towards your objectives.

Our easy-to-use tags help you track specific outgoings and group and view transactions of the same type together in one place. Create a ‘wedding’ tag to see how much you’re spending on wedding outfits, hotels or gifts... or create a ‘work expenses’ tag and always stay on top of work related costs.

It’s secure too. All communications are encrypted using the same technology as the high street banks, and we don’t store any of your account bank details.

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We’ve created me&mymoney to make everyone’s everyday finances easier to manage, bringing confidence to your financial future and helping cut money worries out of your day-to-day life.

It’s all part of our core philosophy of making investing accessible to all.

While we believe that everyone has the potential to be an investor, as a responsible adviser, we only recommend you start investing once you are ready and can afford it.

For example, a recent Government study found 40 per cent of the working-age population has less than £100 in the bank.

Those people would be better off building up two or three months wages’ worth of rainy-day savings so they have some easy-to-access cash in case of emergencies.

And people who spend more than 15% of their income paying down debts should work to bring their borrowings down before they think about investing.

If you’re one of those people who aren’t quite ready to invest yet, we want to help you get there.

That’s why we’ve put so much time and effort into developing the me&mymoney app.

We hope you find it useful, and when you are ready to invest, we’ll be here with free, clear and simple advice to help you make the most of your money.