Personal Finances 5.3
Personal Finances is a freeware personal financial application for users on the go.
Designed to run both on any desktop computer and from the USB flash drive, the program lets user enter transactions - incomes and purchases and see whether you live on a budget, or overspend. This application offers many graphs to help you analyze the budget in details and pick out unnecessary expenses.
The uniqueness of Personal Finances lies in its outstanding simplicity. Beginners can learn how to track expenses much quicker than with full-featured home budget systems. Making and maintaining the budget in the tool is a matter of a few steps. The first step is to add accounts, such as bank account, credit cards, and cash. The second step is to set up categories. It will allow the user to categorize and sort expenses and income and review financial information in a meaningful way through graphs. The third step is to enter transactions, in other words, everything you earn and purchase, transaction by transaction. Transactions can be identified by categories, family members, and tags. Thanks to the easy-to-navigate design, the majority of data entry and budget tracking operations is less than a couple of mouse clicks away.
The user can review the financial position using the summary view of all accounts. The application helps to see whether you live within the money your make. You'll see how much money you have, how much you spend, how much is allocated to each family member and be able to determine the overspending categories to be slashed.
Personal Finances is freeware. Plus, there's another nice benefit in the program - it can be run from any USB drive, which means you can track your budget on a journey. Simply plug the USB drive into any PC and update or review expenses.