From Tech-Branded Debit Cards to Simplified Expense-Tracking Apps

By: Riley von Niessen - Nov 13, 2016
As shown throughout these November 2016 finance ideas, companies are making a continuous effort to make their services more convenient to consumers -- allowing them to not only keep an eye on their expenses, but to more easily make them so that they don't wind up with unpaid bills and an unfavorable credit score.

While the ways in which companies do this is diverse and sometimes even a little abstract, each deals with finance in a way that's astonishingly evolved from the bothersome ordeal that it was just a few short years ago. For example, the 'Cheddah App' saves consumers both time and money by helping them find coupons for some of their most frequently visited local businesses -- also assisting small companies gain more exposure while supplying them with data concerning shopper demographics and behaviors.

In addition to this, takeaways from this grouping of November 2016 finance ideas demonstrate that digitized retail options are being implemented throughout more industries, budgeting apps are being simplified by focusing on specific expenditures and payment kiosks are popping up in new places.