If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to be more active and responsible when it comes to managing your money, then consider using MoneyWiz 2.
MoneyWiz 2 is the latest version of MoneyWiz, the popular personal finance management app developed by SilverWiz. Note, though, that MoneyWiz 2 comes as a brand new universal app, rather than as an update to MoneyWiz for iPhone and MoneyWiz for iPad, both of which have been pulled by SilverWiz from the App Store.
So, what’s new in MoneyWiz 2? Quite a lot, actually. It features a new design, a new Dashboard, support for more account types (assets, investments, loans, mortgages, retirement), optional envelope-style budgeting, budget goals, transaction entry customization, new and custom reports, and various other enhancements.
But undoubtedly the most notable enhancement in MoneyWiz 2 is automatic downloading of transactions. In partnership with a third-party service, SilverWiz is offering the ability to integrate MoneyWiz 2 with online bank accounts for automatic transaction downloads in the U.S., Canada, France, Germany, India, the U.K., and some other countries.
Note that the new bank integration feature for automatic transaction downloading requires an in-app subscription priced at $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.
A monthly or yearly subscription is also set to be introduced to MoneyWiz 2 for the availability of upcoming premium features that integrate with SilverWiz’s proprietary SYNCbits cloud syncing service.
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