Qube has created the easiest way to setup and follow a budget. It comes down to five simple steps called The Qube Way.Read More
Have you ever experienced the thrill of watching your money do what you wanted it to do?
For example, setting money aside for a friend’s birthday gift is exciting. Watching it leave your account when you purchase the gift feels good. This instant gratification is positive and motivating. This is what Qube Money is all about.
As of January 1, 2024, Intuit’s original budgeting platform Mint is shutting down. Mint has been on the market for over a decade, starting in 2007 as one of the first budgeting-focused personal finance softwares. Intuit plans to merge the platform with one of it’s other finance applications, CreditKarma.Read More
On Nov. 15th, a Personal Finance headline in the WSJ read, “There’s a Reason a Killer Money-Savings App Still Doesn’t Exist.” In the last decade, the financial technology sector has exploded. Perhaps there is a killer money-saving app that people just aren’t aware of yet.Read More
Do you have a tendency to impulse-purchase and over-spend? Are you looking for a way to change and build better spending habits? The Cash Envelope System, also called Cash Stuffing, is a tried and true budgeting technique popularized by Dave Ramsey to help visualize purchases, maintain a budget, and curb overspending. But how does this system work? Here’s a crash course in Cash Stuffing.Read More
From small, community credit unions to nationwide banks, there are many different places where you can deposit and store your money. You most likely have one you’ve always used, but there are several different reasons why you may want different accounts at different banks or banking institutions.Read More
Have you ever wanted to change something about your life? Eliminate a bad habit or start a good one? Lets say that I decide I want to drink more water. I do a ton of research into why hydration is important and how much water I should be drinking every day. Does that automatically make drinking that extra cup of water a habit that I can follow through on every day without thinking? Probably not.Read More
“If I already have money loaded into my Starbucks app, my Starbucks is free.” “I bought tickets to this concert months ago, so anything I buy at this concert is totally separate.” “If I return a jacket and get $50 back, I made $50.” “It’s Girl Math.”Read More
A budgeting app can make life easier, but when the app store is chock-full of them, how do you know which one to choose? If you want to stick to your budget you’ve probably narrowed your search down to YNAB and Qube Money. This article is here to help you make your decision.Read More
You’ve experienced it too—after a month of fun nights out, restaurant trips with friends and memorable family vacations, reality hits you like a wave. As the month draws to a close, it’s time to face the daunting question: Do you have enough money to cover rent?Read More
In any strong relationship, communication is key, and when it comes to building a life together, talking about finances is a crucial aspect that deserves attention. While it may not be the most romantic topic…or is it? Discussing money openly and honestly and getting money right might be the very thing you need in your relationship.Read More