Five iPhone apps for managing your money

April 15th is looming like a hungry lion waiting to feed on your 1040 form. Read on to see how your iPhone, iPad or iPod can help you and your finances.

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Mint.com

Mint.com is a remarkably verbose website that can categorize and organize all of your accounts, as well as offer you updates as to how you're doing.

Price: Free

BillTracker

BillTracker

BillTracker is another all-in-one app that will manage all of your finances without having the advertising that comes along with the other free applications out there (see aforementioned Mint). Fortunately, the cost for this app will not break your bank. If it does, you probably shouldn't own an iPhone...

Price: $0.99

Stock Genie 2

Stock Genie 2

Sure, you can buy a newspaper or even use antiquated technology like a "television" to get your stock information. Or, you can come into the 21st century with Stock Genie 2 . Receive up-to-the-second stock reports and investing information and feel like you're someone important.

Price: $2.99

2010 Tax Day Reminder

2010 Tax Day Reminder

2010 Tax Day Reminder is for masochists who love to be reminded daily that their yearly duty is coming. And, you must pay for it. Seriously.

Price: $0.99

Easy Books

Easy Books

Easy Books is a nifty app for small business owners everywhere. A professional bookkeeping software system...for your telephone. Isn't the 21st century just astounding?

Price: Free