The one thing that Mint doesn't do -- pay your bills -- has been remedied by the Mint Bills app. It's simple, allowing you to view all your bills, schedule payments and make sure you have enough money to cover them!
Acorns: Everyone agrees that there is never "enough" money to set aside for investments. So this free app makes it easy to find the cash, automatically rounding up all your checking and credit card purchases for accounts you enroll, then sweeping those extra pennies into a stock fund every time you accumulate $5 in extra pennies! You can always add more cash -- and you can get your money back if you need it. But the whole idea is that this almost imperceptible process will help you build a long-term, growing investment account. It's the modern-day version of a penny jar!
BUDGT and Wally: Throw out the old budget book, paper receipts and pencil sharpener. Two apps, BUDGT (not a misspelling!) and Wally, will help you track expenses so at least you know where the money went -- and in what categories. This easy technology is especially helpful if you file an expense report, want to track deductible expenses or simply want to gain control over your spending habits.