Personal Finances


License: Freeware
Downloads: 316
Op. System: Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT
Last updated: 2013-07-05
File size: 0 B
Publisher: Alzex Software
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Personal Finances is a free of charge software private budget manager for persons or users who are on the move.This program allows users to enter transactions or data of their incomes and expenditure to estimate their budget. It helps them to determine whether or not they are living within their means or overspending. It further presents the users with different reports to assist them to study, comprehend and analyze the budget in each and every detail and cut out any unnecessary expenses. This application is optimized to operate both on the personal computer and from any USB flash drive. This fact, therefore, implies that a user is able to track their budget through plugging the drive onto a computer and reviewing their incomes and expenditure.One of the best features of this freeware is the fact that it is very easy to use. Users who are inexperienced or are new to the use of this application can easily memorize how to create and even track the budget much faster than with an advanced personal finance tool. Basically, the very first step is to create accounts, such as bank account, credit cards, and cash. This is followed by setting up categories. Setting up categories enables the user sort income and expenses and go through all the financial information in a meaningful and thorough manner. This is done through reports. The third step is to enter transactions. This includes everything that is purchased and earned. These transactions can be established or indicated by categories, family members, and tags. This is even made easier by the easy-to-navigate design. This freeware has proved very important as its users can identify the financial position using the summary view of all the transactions. Consequently, the users are able to minimize activities or substances that make them overspend and therefore live within their means.

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