People Like Me – have you ever wondered how your spending compares?
What do people like you spend? Are you average? Do you spend lots or less than others around you? Compare yourself to others in your neighbourhood with a similar income? It’s easy, fun and thought-provoking.
Find out what you spend
Your Spending Reports give you as much or as little details as you would like about the things you spend your money on.
Compare yourself to others like you
Your spending data is used to generate graphs for your eyes only that compare you against others in your neighbourhood with similar attributes.
Keep spending like you are or use your new knowledge to set goals and challenge yourself to do things differently! Check back to see how you're tracking.
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2. Connect your accounts
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3. Check your spending dashboard
Look for your Spending Reports or your People Like Me information. Have some fun acquiring more knowledge of what you spend and how that compares to People Like You!
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