Having multiple bank accounts can help manage finances. This account is for paying all kinds of monthly bills. That account is for monthly shopping. But if you have accounts everywhere, it will be difficult to track your spending.
There may be times when you forget to write down your expenses. And, when you check the balance, you feel surprised because you have no idea where the money goes. Even when you try hard to remember, you can’t.
To make it easy and less stressful, there is a practical solution for keeping track of your personal expenses. What's that?
Jago’s Practical Solution to Tracking Spending
How practical it is when you can have many accounts, all of which can be monitored in one application. With Jago, you can enjoy this benefit all the time.
There are 2 types of Jago Pockets for budgeting, namely the Saving Pocket and Spending Pocket. You can create 20 Savings Pockets and 20 Spending Pockets. If you count, the total Pockets you can create is 40.
Each Pocket has its own Pocket number. The Pocket number has the same function as the account number. This means you can have 40 different accounts with Jago. Very cool right?
Now, if you've created many Pockets to separate each need, keeping track of your spending is super easy. In fact, you don't really need to record anything at all because every time you make a transaction through Jago, Jago will automatically record your expenses.
You can view the transaction history at any time, you can even download and save it on your cellphone. And, the transaction history between one Pocket and another is not mixed into one.
What if you use the Jago Visa Debit Card for online or offline shopping? The transaction history will appear in Spending Pocket that is already linked to the debit card. As long as you make transactions through Jago, there will not be a single transaction that Jago forgets to record.
You no longer need to spend time to track your spending. All the hassle disappears as well. Try Jago now. The Jago application can be downloaded here for those who don't have it yet.