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FAQ

Whats the difference between a Spending Target & a Bill?

  • Spending Targets are variable expenses like groceries, entertainment, or dining out. These expenses can be linked to a tag (or multiple tags), which then links to your account transactions for the month. This allows you to easily see how much you’ve spent on food for the month, for example, and gives you greater control over saving your money.
  • Bills are recurring expenses such as rent, loans, and insurance. These expenses generally have a due date and a fixed amount. You can set up Alerts here to remind you of your upcoming bills. See the Cashflow section for more information on adding your bills.