Rudder - navigating your personal finances in your email
The nice thing about Rudder is you can add multiple accounts like your credit cards, checking/savings accounts from other banks and roll them into your Rudder account so everything is all in one place. Each morning, you get an account update of all your finances in your email.
Rudder also reminds you when your bills are due and tells you to pay them. If you heed the reminders, you might be able to stave off those $39 late fees on your credit card bills.
Each daily activity report provides you with reminders of which bills are due, an activity feed of account transactions, account balances, and then tells you what's left. The What's Left feature looks into the future and does the math based on your upcoming bills, future paydays and calculates the statement balance for your credit cards. You then get a nice picture of your what you can spend or save after your bills are factored in.
Rudder isn't Quicken or Mint.com. It doesn't have cool categorization features or fancy pie charts and it doesn't compare your spending with others in different cities. It does, however, provide a nice way to keep tabs on your personal finances all in a nice email delivered daily to your inbox.