By Samara Lynn
Technology has made it easier than ever to keep a tight rein on your personal finances. With the right app, you can manage a personal daily budget, save for something specific—a dream vacation, for example—and even automate transfers from your checking account to your savings.
Using apps to manage money is increasingly becoming the norm and not just the practice of hard-core computer geeks. In fact, digital banking and finance technology (or, “fintech,” for short) are becoming global phenomena.
Juniper’s Digital Banking: The Roadmap to 2020 report, predicts over 37% of the adult global population will be mobile banking users by 2020.
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