Personal Finances Pro 4.0
Personal Finances is a home budget planner and expenses manager for home use. Once installed on the USB flash drive, it enables family to plan budget and track expenses from any computer. Create a successful budget that works well!
Personal Finances is an elegant, easy, yet technically advanced personal financial tool for Windows users. Putting budget tracking on auto-pilot, the program will help users to track income and expenses, plan budget and cut back on unnecessary expenses. This tool will also help users to track expected income, spending and see how much money the user will have at any date in the future. Personal Finances is portable and can run from the USB drive.
Designed with the beginner in mind, Personal Finances lets anyone take the first steps into budget planning without a shock from software complexity and learning curve. For the most part this is due to a clean, well-designed interface. The main window puts all accounts, tools, financial transactions and options in front of the user, letting you review any budget item and modify the budget.
To get started, the user is required to create accounts, which can be a pocket money, cash, credit card, real bank account, etc. The next step is to enter transactions, both purchases and earnings. To make it simpler for the user to track budget in details, transactions can be defined with family members, tags, categories. Tags help to distinguish between similar transactions that fall into one category.
Personal Finances can generate pie, bar chart reports and trands with totals and percentages that reflect the flow of money for any period of time. The user can generate reports by family members, tags, categories. By clicking on any item in the report, user can drill down deeper to transactions associated with the item. Reports can be printed, or saved to file in HTML, CHM, or TXT.
The program can help the user review the financial health of the family budget, see the spending categories that can be trimmed in order to make a balanced budget one can live on without lapsing into debt.
Platform:Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
System Requirements: Windows 2000/XP/Vista; 15MB disk space