Prism App Review


So today I want to talk about the Prism App. This app is basically a one stop shop for all your bills.

It’s a pretty cool app that gives you an at a glance look at your bills, links your bank accounts so you can pay your billers straight from the app.

I grabbed it and it only took me about 30 minutes to get the entire thing setup. From there I have all of my bills in one place and I don’t have to worry about forgetting to pay any of them on time anymore.

It gives you an overview of what you owe per week and when each bill is due. You can click on each biller and tell the app to pay it from the account you select and then boom, Prism pays the bill on your behalf.

It’s honestly really that simple. You can add all of your assets you have including stocks and different savings accounts and what not to give yourself a better idea of what your net worth is or how much you have versus how much you owe.

You can link your billers by account and if you don’t have an online account with them, like your rent or some other bills that don’t have online payments, you can add manual accounts and payments due to remind yourself they are coming up.

Honestly, my favorite part of this app is that it’s very easy to use and streamlined to where you have a very clean interface and a lot simpler than an app like mint, which I found to be overwhelming for a first time user of an app of this kind.

Anyways, that’s my quick take on the Prism app. If you need to have reminders each month of your upcoming bills and a quick and easy way to pay your bills all in one place, Prism will do it for you. Keep in mind, so far whenever paying my bills, I had to wait a few days to see the money come out of my bank account. It’s a minor inconvenience but something to keep in mind when you’re trying to keep track of your budget.

How can the Prism app help you keep track of your bills and streamline all of your monthly expenses? Give it a try and let me know your thoughts on it.

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