There’re many different budgeting methods out there. Which one you choose to use depends entirely on your particular financial needs and goals. There really is no ‘best’ way to budget, but our goal at 22seven is to help you budget better and take back control of your money. Some people like the idea of spreadsheets, graphs,… Read more →
So, you’ve signed up to 22seven, linked your accounts, and have your most recent transactions neatly categorised in the app. Now what? Well, now would be a good time to look at your spending habits and create a more refined budget that you can use to achieve your financial goals. We’ll show you some clear and easy steps you… Read more →
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July was Savings Month. How did that go? The Invest-save-repay spending group (or “purple money” to our friends) is for transactions that increase what you have or decrease what you owe. It’s all good for you, and your net value, so we think it all qualifies for Savings Month. On average, 22seven customers keep 8%… Read more →
Put your accounts in their place We’re all about helping you sort your money stuff out. That includes arranging (and, if you’re inclined, rearranging) your linked accounts as you like, which you can now do just by dragging them. Do it on mobile, and it’ll automatically be saved on the web (or vice versa). Now… Read more →
A short while ago, we let everyone know that things behind the scenes were a little different, but that 22seven was the same. Now it’s time to say that we’ve been working to actually make it better. Our focus over the last few weeks has been on making some of the tweaks and improvements you’ve been asking… Read more →
What if… instead of paying for your car with cash you headed down to the dealership, rolled up your sleeves and washed or serviced 200 cars each month to pay it off. It would be like something out of an old-timey movie where you forget your wallet and have to wash the dishes to pay… Read more →
The svens relate a story from a colleague.
How decision-making fallacies lead to poor money choices.