Paul Sorokin, one of the minds behind the cool new app Saved Plus joins us in the basement to tackle the topic of saving money. How about saving a little at a time automatically so you don’t miss it? His team’s new app might be the helper you’re looking for. Check it out on this week’s show.
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<> Paul Sorokin – Saved Plus
Here’s the SavedPlus website: Saved Plus
ABOUT THE ISSUE we discussed on the show about the registration button, that has been resolved, as expected.
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Done by Forty
What a cool idea. I’m still a spreadsheet budgeter, so I wonder how this might work with my current set up. I’m all for saving more money but I’m a little concerned that with my zero-sum budget, it might throw things out of whack…
Todd R Christensen
This sounds like a great idea, especially for those who procrastinate saving anything or who think that waiting until the end of the month is the best way to save (actually, “Financial Success Happens at the Beginning of the Month”). Thanks for the introduction!