Transcript for Real Money: Digital Saving Tools to Build Your Bank Account
It's time now for our series, "Real money." This morning, how the save for retirement. A lot of new apps help people do it right. There's so much help out there for you, George. We're taking the heavy lifting and guess work out so your money can grow. Even if you're setting aside tiny amounts, these resources can help that next egg grow. They met at work. He's a doctor. She's a nurse. Last November, the two more married. They both believe it's never too early to think about the future. Retirement is something I'm thinking about and have been contributing to over the years. Since I became a nurse, I saved some money. I would like to put more in. Reporter: Enter Lauren lions Cole. Certified financial planner. Not all retirement accounts are quee ted equal. Some charge more fees than others. To an fiz the fees, there's a service called feex. Reporter: When you may be paying too much in fees. Lauren says to remember, everybody little bit helps. She showed them an app for saving called digit. Digit analyzes your checking account and spending pattern and judges how much you can save weekly, maybe it's $3. Maybe it's $30. They'll transfer that there your checking to your digit savings account. Reporter: Lauren's most important tip, don't get overwhelmed. If you need a professional, there are places to find that online. One of my favorite is guidevine. They interview advisers. Before you schedule an appointment you can see if this is the right person for you. Reporter: And we have one more bonus resource. It's called blooom. For a small monthly fee, it invests your retirement account for you, potentially saving you hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars each year. Now, Lara, a little dancing. Little women's terra jole's
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.