Forekash Offers Cutting Edge Budgeting Strategies

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Forekash announces the launch of a new personal finance application that focuses on future transactions, rather than past ones. 

Focusing on past transactions is typically what other apps will do for you: use your past expenses to create a budget and manage your finances. Forekash, based in Irving, Texas, offers a different view of personal finance by considering your future transactions. This allows you to get a clearer picture of your finances, income, and expenses. 

Chris Roberts, Forekash founder, comments: “I am a firm believer that the best way to budget isn’t to look at your past transactions, it’s to look at the future. The app uses mathematical algorithms to calculate your future cash flow. It is also built with leading AI technology and machine learning algorithms to help provide clear insight into user’s spending habits today so that they can plan ahead and see where these habits might take them in the future.” 

This application seems to revolutionize the way one can design a budget. The goal is to differentiate from the classic and well-known applications that prefer reality accounting and tracking past expenses by looking at future cash flow instead. This approach lets you give yourself clear objectives, a clear vision, and hold yourself accountable.  

Chris Roberts also mentions: “One of the biggest problems with today’s budgeting apps is that they don’t provide a destination for users. Imagine driving a car from point A to point B, but only being able to look through the rear-view mirror and look at what’s behind – what is already passed. Forekash leaves the rear-view mirror to look at, but it opens up the windshield to help keep a closer eye on the destination – even if it’s miles and miles ahead.” 

Check out their application by visiting Forekash’s website now. 

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