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Ever heard of the WealthBuddy app? The app was launched in June 2021 as a useful tool for people encountering problems with saving and investing. If you know that you find it difficult to put some money aside or you don’t know how to start saving, then be rest assured that WealthBuddy will guide you.

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The app serves as your goto app for saving, investing, and for paying your bills. With the WealthBuddy app, you will be able to reach your money goals, and with just the press of a button, you can make financial transactions and even get to know some attractive investment opportunities that are available every week. As an all-in-one management app, the WealthBuddy app is convenient for all financial decisions without charges.

You can also be able to pay utility bills like electricity or cable subscription with the WealthBuddy app. All you have to do is move your money into your WealthBuddy wallet and start to save easily and effectively without any stress.

There are various dashboards for various purposes on the platform. These dashboards help to track your income, expenses, savings and investments.

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Join the hundreds of ambitious investors and download the WealthBuddy App for free on iOS and Google Play and make significant progress in your growth whilst becoming financially independent.

Management apps are helpful in a lot of ways. Some of them calculate the exact amount of money you can save each week and then, they automatically move money into a separate savings account. Some others save your money with interest, others do not. This particular feature helps individuals to save easily and gradually, there is higher savings build up. If you are not satisfied with the app’s performance, you can always go to the settings to set the app to save less or to withdraw your money back into your original bank account.

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This article was first published on 6th March 2022


Ohia, Ernest Chigaemezu is a writer, editor, and grade teacher based in Jos, Nigeria.

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