MoneyBrilliant provides the tools to help you make better decisions about your money. It’s like a personal financial assistant that never stops working for you – you’re the boss, but we’ve got your back.
1. Connect all your accounts to see a complete picture
You can connect all your financial accounts and see all the details on whatever device you choose – your phone, tablet or computer. We connect to more institutions than anyone else
2. Understand your spending – so you can change it
Use our connections, intelligent transaction categorisation and spending reports to understand how you spend your money and find opportunities to spend less
3. Manage your bills
Identify your bills, view your upcoming bills calendar, track your spending by biller and set alerts for upcoming, due and missed bills
4. Get better deals on bills
Automatically find the cheapest gas and electricity deals based on your bills and energy usage data. We will regularly check the market to make sure you are on the best plans
5. Create a budget and track your progress
Automatically create a budget based on your historical income and spending, adjust your budgeted income and spending to achieve your goals and we will automatically track and report your progress - with no boring data entry
6. Set savings goals to achieve the important things
Use our Save and Invest tool to set savings goals for the things that really matter – calculate how much you need to save each month, whether you can afford it, and link your goals to specific accounts to automatically track your progress
7. Track your tax deductible expenses
Never forget to claim an allowable tax deduction again by automatically identifying possible tax deductible expenses and capturing receipts. At the end of year send a summary report to your tax accountant or adviser
8. Sort out your banking and bank efficiently
Get suggestions on how to improve your banking structure and habits to simplify your banking and bank more efficiently
9. Compare your income and spending to others
Use People Like Me to compare your spending and income to people like you – people with the same income, same net worth, live in the same area or have the same occupation
10. Manage your Insurance details
Keep details of the important insurance policies for you and your family in one place
11. Own a home or investment property sooner
Build a plan to buy a home or an investment property. See what concessions you will be entitled to, maximise your saving and borrowing capacity and let us help you stay on track
12. Plan your Retirement
Connect your super fund and plan your retirement using an estimate of what you’ll save
13. Get your debt under control
Get your debt under control by selecting a debt strategy and building a plan. We’ll automatically help keep you on track
14. Regular tips and insights
Get regular insights and tips on how to save money in the Activity Feed
MoneyBrilliant Plus is free to use for 30 days. Following that, the MoneyBrilliant Plus subscription is $9.90 per month (automatically renews every month) or $99 per year (automatically renews every year) or you can continue to use MoneyBrilliant Basic for free.
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- Get you debt under control with the new Manage My Debt feature – connect your debts, select a debt strategy and track your progress
- New options in Mortgage & loan account details forms for Optimise My Banking
- You can now add non-superannuation assets to your Retirement Plan to get a complete picture of your retirement savings
- You can calculate the impact of making an early withdrawal from your superannuation fund for compassionate or financial hardship reasons
- Minor bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
See what you spend So Easily
I use this almost every day just to see the account balances in one place. By gathering all your transactions together, and the way it ‘learns’ how you categorise, this is the fastest way to get an idea of what you need to spend in Essentials and what you could reconsider in Lifestyle. I have spent time trying to get the Budget to yield sensible figures via mobile and although I suspect it has the features to do so I’m not there yet. Other comments about features being underdeveloped might be pertinent but these things take time. Lastly, the support is brilliant- they fixed an issue with an offset account in a day so ask them.
Moneygood not brilliant
I’ve spent the last month running MoneyBrilliant & Frollo side by side. MoneyBrilliant is better in terms of depth of category choice, it even lets you create your own sub categories. However there’s a lot of aspects to MoneyBrilliant that get on your nerves. Firstly, the home screen is so pointless. Some nonsense about “safe spending” across the whole year. This is where Frollo is better, the summary screen focuses more on the month you’re in. Summary of what’s gone in, what’s gone out. And other more relevant data to the month you’re in like bills paid, bills coming up summary. The navigation of MoneyBrilliant is also quite clunky & hard to get used to. However overall I can’t say it’s worse than Frollo, as although Frollo is neater & easier to use, MoneyBrilliant has great category choices, Frollo’s are really poor & limited. But my biggest gripe with MoneyBrilliant, is the fact it forces you to include loans in the same main category as mortgages. So I have a car loan that I have no choice but to include with my mortgage payments which is plain stupid. This issue doesn’t exist with Frollo, as Loans is a separate category to mortgages. So really if you could combine these 2 apps together then you’d have a great financial app. But MoneyBrilliant has many flaws & so does Frollo.
It's good, not great
I've used a lot of budgeting tools and MoneyBrilliant is good. It's good because it's flexible, it doesn't lock you down and the matching tends to do a good job of learning. I have had very few issues with the syncs from multiple banks. The budgeting is good, just a lot of clicking to get to the point of editing, especially on mobile.
This said, there are lots of ways I don't find it great. Their savings approach is confusing and would be better if it worked in an envelope budgeting kind of way. The UI is adequate but not exciting. You can't categorise pending transactions and having contacted their support, I still don't see a valid reason not to. Recurring bills for different categories from the same biller get confused every month i.e. Optus mobile and Optus internet. Hiding a category or transaction from budget doesn't seem to update other graphs like cashflow which is annoying when you have work expenses you don't include in your personal cashflow.
Like I said, it's good, just not great.
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