Toyota has unveiled a new financial tool that lets people track how much money they’ve made, as well as how much it will cost them to spend.
The Toyota Financial Tracker app, launched on Thursday, can show people how much their annual income will be in 2020 and how much they will need to spend on their household.
The app can also be used to monitor financial trends, track spending on car loans and mortgages, and calculate how much of your disposable income is spent on car insurance, utilities, rent, food and other items.
The new tool, which will be available in the UK on January 7, was developed with the help of financial data from the UK’s Office for National Statistics, said Toyota chief executive Haruo Nakamura.
Toyota Financial Tracking app, developed by Toyota Chief Financial Officer Haruo Miyamura.
The data is shared with the Toyota Finance and Insurance team, which determines how much each financial transaction will cost each individual.
Toyota says the app will be “a useful tool for consumers and small businesses” and it is “currently in testing”.
The tool, launched at a time of heightened interest in the financial sector, will be used by over 500 million people in the US, Toyota said.
Its first release will allow users to track their annual incomes and spend on car and mortgage loans in 2020.
The feature is expected to become available to the public next month.
The company said it was developing other financial tools to help consumers understand their financial situations, and to help them manage their money better.
The tool allows consumers to view their financials from a range of different financial institutions and products, including the US-based Bank of America, Bank of Japan and the Japanese-based Nordea.
Mr Nakamura said Toyota’s Financial Tracker had been designed to provide consumers with a way to track and track their finances, so that they could use it to make informed financial decisions.
“The main objective is to make financial information accessible to everyone, to help everyone make informed decisions,” he said.
The app is a new type of financial tracking that is more relevant to consumers than a financial app, said Mr Nakimura. “
This information will enable consumers to make wise decisions about how much to spend and what to spend it on.”
The app is a new type of financial tracking that is more relevant to consumers than a financial app, said Mr Nakimura.
“It has the potential to be a great tool for helping consumers understand how they are spending their money and how they can improve their financial situation,” he added.
“When they look at their financial picture, they will have more insight into what their financial future is going to look like, and they can choose to invest in their savings or invest in the business that they are currently in.”
Toyota Financial Timeline app, released on Thursday.