Imagine if you knew your money more intimately, like where it was going, what you were spending and had to spend.

Imagine if your relationship with your money was less complicated. Well, there’s no need to imagine any of this anymore, because there’s an app that does it all for you.

Enter 22seven, available for download for both iPhone and Android devices, or on the web.

The 22seven app helps you do more with your money by gathering all your money information and then showing it to you in one place, in a way you might not have seen before.

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To get the most out of the app you link your bank accounts, credit and store cards, investments, loans and rewards. That means entering login information, including passwords. Most people have a little moment at this point.

Don’t be that person. Here’s what you need to know: 

The app is safe

22seven adheres to the same procedures and standards used by banks, and these are regularly and independently reviewed and audited by industry experts.

22seven has partnered with the best in the world to make sure that information is always encrypted and never seen by human eyes. Your data is yours, too, and won’t be sold to third parties or used to spam you.

The app is simple to use

You’re able to see all of your money whenever, wherever. How much you have, and where it goes.

You’re able to search your transactions from any time – 3 days, 3 months or 3 years ago. Get an automatic budget, generated just for you – and based on your own actual spending. All of your income and expenses are automatically categorised for you and exportable to make your tax return easy.

The app helps you grow your money

You’re now able to invest quickly and easily using the 22seven app.

You can invest from as little as R350, once off or monthly, and you can withdraw money any time without being penalised. The first R30 000 per year and R500 000 over a lifetime can also be tax free, meaning that you’re not taxed on the growth of that money.