4 Free Online Tools You Won’t Believe Are Free

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coinsMint: mint is a free online budgeting tool. You add your online credit card, banking, investment, and loan accounts and It aggregates it all to give you a picture of your overall financing standing and net worth. You can also create a monthly budget, which mint automatically does for you by organizing each of your expenses each month. This can save you time going over your budgets and finances every month.

Credit Karma: Credit Karma gives you your credit score from one credit agency, FOR FREE! It relies on advertisers who pay for the credit score in your behalf. In return, Credit Karma offers you savings on credit cards on their website. They don’t send email spam and are reliable.

 Workflowy: the ultimate to-do list. Seamless create hierarchies of to-do lists, that are viewable on iPhones, iPads, and basically anything else that has an Internet browser– no app or flash required. Your list is updated instantly on any screen that you are signed into Workflowy from.

 Sound Gecko: This service will take any URL of content (a blog post, article,or web page) and instantly translate in to mp3 format, which is then emailed to your inbox. The mp3s can be downloaded or listened to directly from your browser. Now you can listen to blog posts, top news stories, and more while you are driving, working out, or at your computer.

What are your favorite online free tools?

Kelsey Jones

Kelsey Jones

Kelsey is a Search Marketing Specialist, Freelance Writer, and Owner of MoxieDot, an online marketing agency. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature and Creative Writing. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, and doing yoga.

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