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Do you want to join your finances with your significant other? Take a look at some of the top-notch apps that are sure to make managing money as a couple a breeze.

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  • Goodbudget: Budget & Finance
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    Budget with a purpose. Plan for what's important. Be stress free!

    Dayspring Technologies

    4.6
    33K+ Reviews 1M+
    • Poor financial decisions are a sure way to ruin any relationship within less than 6 months. If you want to build a stable union and share the budgeting process, use a reliable and perfectly transparent app that will let you be in full control of your joined income and expenses.

    • Most Divorce Couples all Over the world, Separate within the first 5 years of their Marriage Life. I am Married for 35 years, we had to do without a lot things to survive, and live within our budget.

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  • Splitwise
    1

    Split expenses with friends, roommates, group trips, and more

    Splitwise

    4.5
    107K+ Reviews 5M+
    • If you’ve only been in a relationship for 3 or 4 months, you might not feel comfortable sharing all your income and expense details with your partner just yet. Splitwise lets you split bills easily whether you’re dining at a restaurant, shopping for groceries, or paying rent.

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  • Honeydue: Budget, Bills & Money for Couples
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    The simplest way for couples to track and manage money, together.

    WalletIQ, Inc.

    4.5
    7K+ Reviews 100K+
    • It can sometimes be hard to budget as a couple. Sometimes you can take 2 hours or more figuring out bills and finances. Thats why it’s good to have a system that sends you alerts when bills are due as well as transactions made to keep everything in order.

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