Financial Site And Tool Recos

I like saving money so not only am I looking for great deals on the things I buy but alway ways to get cash back or earn rewards on my purchase. Because of that I've been able to find several great websites that have helped me to save some decent money over the years.

And now I want to share those sites with you. Below is a list of sites that I've either used or currently used and found helpful to me. Many of the links to these sites are affiliate links. What that means is if you click an affiliate link and then sign up or make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra charge to you.

Let's get to saving!

Money saving websites

Rakuten

When I discovered Rakuten (formally Ebates) I was like where have you been all my life. When you sign up for Rakuten you can earn free, yes free, cash back when you do your normal shopping. Once you've signed up all you have to is go to the site and click on the store you're going to be shopping at like Kohls, Sephora, or Ulta and do your normal shopping. Once you make a purchase they give you some of the commission they earned on referring you to the store. If you sign up using my affiliate link you can get $10 cash back!

Honey

This is another site where you can get rewarded for the purchases you make but it has a little twist. When you sign up for Honey and make your purpose you earn what's called gold. When you've accumulated enough gold you can cash that in for gift cards to some of your favorite stores like Amazon and Walmart. Additionally Honey will look for coupon codes during the checkout process and add to your store cart any they find that apply to your purchase. So not only are you getting rewarded for shopping you don't have to spend a lot of time and effort finding coupon codes to save even more.

Financial tool websites

Credit Sesame

Credit Sesame is a 100% free personal finance credit and debt management tool so you don't have to enter in any credit card info.  With Credit Sesame you can manage your personal credit by tracking your credit score, finding ways to pay less in interest on your loans, and finding the right credit cards.



Personal Capital

A key part of saving money is to track your money. This is where Personal Capital comes in. They have an awesome free online dashboard that you can link your bank and investment accounts to track not only your spending and saving but also your net worth so you can see your overall financial picture and how you're tracking towards all your financial goals.

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