FitFin – Simple Budgeting for The Budget Challenged! Plus Enter to Win Amazon Gift Cards!

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Is your budget too confusing? If so? You'll love this new software! Check out FitFin and Enter to win 1 of 2 $50.00 Amazon Gift Cards! #spon


Have you ever had one of those days where you just don’t want to do your budget? Seriously. Most budget software and tools? Confusing! That’s why I’m currently digging on a new budget site called FitFin! It makes things so much easier! To introduce their new site, FitFin has parentered with us not only to introduce you to the site (and what it can do for you), but to help you win too! You could win (1) of 2 $50.00 Amazon Gift Cards!

FitFin is owned by Rick Portillo and he wants to introduce you himself. Check out what Rick had to say below and then use the Giveaway Tools widget at the bottom of this post to enter! There’s only TWO mandatory entries! The rest are bonuses! You can earn a whopping 10 extra entries for each person who enters using your link so don’t skip that! Good luck!


“My name is Rick Portillo and I created a website/web app called FitFin to help me manage my day-to-day spending.  I’m very excited to share it with the Adventures In Coupons community!  To encourage you all to try it, I’m giving away (2) $50.00 gift cards!  Anyone who signs up at between now and April 26th will be entered into a drawing to win the gift card!  You can earn one contest entry by creating an account (it’s free), another by signing up for our newsletter (no spam), and an entry for each person you refer who signs up.  You can also get an entry each time you mention the contest on social media!

FitFin is short for Fit Finances.  Those of us who want to get into better physical shape try to do so by exercising regularly and watching what we eat.  Same concept with FitFin:  We’ll get into better financial shape by reviewing our budget regularly and watching what we spend.

Reviewing our budget?  Sounds about as fun as a root canal, right?  With FitFin, you only need to look at your budget for about ten seconds to know what’s going on.  By the way, did you know that over 60% of Americans don’t budget?  And a lot of us who do rarely review it.  Why?  Because budgets are boring!  You’d probably rather clean out the garage than think about budgeting, right?  Me too—and you should see my garage!

FitFin makes it easy though.  We combine your budget with your shopping list.  This pairing probably sounds about as natural as chocolate-covered pickles, but let me explain how it works.  FitFin is three tools in one:  A budget, an expense tracker, and a shopping list—and they all work in sync.

You set up your budget(s) in seconds.  You can create budgets for things like groceries, dining out, etc.  You can also set temporary budgets for vacations and the holidays.  Both individual budgets and an aggregated budget are summarized on our Budgets Overview page, so you’ll know where you stand in seconds. There are even historical charts to help monitor spending over time.

The expense tracker is great because you can add an expense quickly, take a picture of your receipt, and attach it to the expense (no more receipt piles!).  FitFin organizes your expenses, so you can sort them by store or by date.  Each expense is tallied against the budget to give you real-time spending-to-budget info.  You can also split expenses between multiple budgets.

Shopping lists.  According to Reader’s Digest, eighty percent of what we buy at the grocery store is purchased every week.  Rather than write milk on a piece of paper 52 times a year, store it permanently (and never leave it on the counter!).  You can also save an item’s price and quantity.  Then when you activate items on your list, FitFin will give you an estimated spend total for the list.  Something else that’s nice:  There’s a “Check budget” link right on the shopping list!  Isn’t it better to know what you’re going to spend ahead of time and how that affects your budget?

The idea for FitFin popped into my head while I was in the baby aisle at Target.  I’m not a financial guru—I’m a dad who needed to budget, but hated doing it so badly that I found a better way.

Please give FitFin a shot.  It’s free, works great on any device (desktop and mobile), and it could get you a $50 gift card to  All good things!

Drop us a line at [email protected] with questions or comments.  Thanks!”






*This post was sponsored by FitFin. All opinions however are 100% my own and truthful.

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