Top 12 Acorns Alternatives

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  1. Automated, low cost investment service

  2. The simplest way to start investing.

  3. We manage your investments so you don't have to.

  4. MF

    M1 helps you manage your money by automatically putting it to work in a customizable portfolio

  5. Free personal finance software to assist you to manage your money, financial planning, and budget planning tools. Achieve your financial goals with Mint.

  6. Free stock trading service.

  7. M

    Round up every purchase and invest the spare change

  8. A personal and small-business financial-accounting software, licensed under GNU/GPL and available for Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, BSD, and Solaris.

  9. Stay in control of your monthly cash flows, budgets, and expenditures. Quicken provides a navigable interface where you can organize your debit, credit, and savings, and build good habits accordingly.

  10. Personal home budget software built with Four Simple Rules to help you quickly gain control of your money, get out of debt, and reach your financial goals!

  11. A subscription service for Gaming

  12. The easiest way to track and forecast your wealth - using a calendar.

Acorns Reviews

A list of external sources with helpful reviews and comparisons of Acorns

2017: Top 9 Personal Budget Software Apps
You probably won't miss the money and you won't even have to drain your savings to maintain the app. It only costs $1 a month until your portfolio hits $5,000, then it costs 0.25 percent of your balance. If you happen to be a college student, it is free. Contrast that to the $30 to $180 a month that Acorns claims to save for...
2016 Australian Robo Adviser Roundup
Launced in January 2016 and possibly the one that has generated the most buzz, Raiz (formerly known as Acorns) has a unique model where it invites investors to link up their bank accounts and credit cards, and then offers to round up all their transactions to the nearest dollar and invest this amount into an ETF portfolio. It...

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