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Adler School I/O Psychology Student Discusses Budget Management Apps
 for APA GradPSYCH Magazine 09.03.13
Adler School I/O Psychology Student Discusses Budget Management Apps
for APA GradPSYCH Magazine
09.03.13

Online finance apps provide a rapidly growing source of help for graduate students working to manage their budgets.  In this article for GradPSYCH, the American Psychological Association's quarterly magazine for graduate students, Britta Anderson discusses several such apps--both those she uses herself and those she recommends to others as a financial programs manager for a community service agency and a money management teacher.

"I can read interesting financial news and check my balances and transactions, all while I'm waiting in line somewhere or between meetings at work," says Anderson--who is completing her M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the Adler School--about her favorite app. 

Which one is it? Read "Keeping digital tabs on your spending: Online financial apps can make electronic spending 'real' — and help graduate students cut back."

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