Site Info - Buxfer.com
Overview of web technologies used by Buxfer.com.
Buxfer: Easy online money managementOnline tools for money management, personal finance, budgeting, and bill reminders. Split bills and IOUs with friends and roommates.
Description on Homepage
Buxfer is the easiest way to manage your money online. Buxfer gives you a unified view of your finances by automatically downloading and categorizing transactions from your banks and credit cards. Dig into your spending trends with Buxfer's spending reports, control spending with budgets and real-time mobile alerts, and plan the future by looking at your projected cashflow. Buxfer integrates with your mobile device, letting you check account balances or add cash expenses while you are on the go. For students and roommates, Buxfer helps track IOUs and group expenses. Enter your rent, utility, grocery, restaurant, and ski-trip expenses into Buxfer to know exactly how much your friends owe you.
Description from Alexa
Number 94,723 of all websites according to Alexa
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