Simple Money Manager Standard estaba como Giveaway el día n 2 de agosto de 2010
Simple Money Manager es fácil de utilizar, característica de aplicación amplias para manejar sus finanzas. Usted verá de inmediato en el gráfico de torta y otros gráficos a donde va su dinero, es necesario encontrar rápidamente las transacciones a través de la búsqueda inteligente.
El programa le permite importar tus transacciones bancarias o de tarjetas de crédito, de casi cualquier formato financiero o introducir rápidamente a través de la interfaz sencilla e intuitiva. Simple Money Manager funciona bien en cualquier pantalla incluyendo netbooks pequeños, y habla 21 idiomas.
Bank2CSV is an useful utility to convert your OFX, QFX, QIF, QBO, OFC files to CSV (comma separated value) format. Simply browse for your file, review transactions, select all or less and save it or copy to clipboard. Bank2CSV Pro combines source files in various formats into one unified CSV file.
QIF2CSV is an useful utility to convert your .QIF files to CSV (comma separated value) format. Simply browse for your file, review transactions, select all or less and save it or copy to clipboard. Unlike Bank2CSV that focuses on converting many financial formats, QIF2CSV is dedicated to the QIF format, fully supporting it including investment transactions. QIF2CSV Pro offers similar to Bank2CSV features for QIF format only, but much smaller price.
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The prog gives you no option to install where you want it to, it installs where it wants to. This should be rectified , I like to keep my computer tidy .
Anyone with a full up main hard drive , who installs progs to a second drive/slave would be more annoyed than I am. The prog looks useful but is too early to say anything else.
I cannot understand why all software developers don't include a suggestion box under the help menu , to improve any program. As one day of download GOTD is probably helpful but not enough time to try out every feature and give feedback positive or negative.
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Alternative: Get Microsoft Money for FREE!
Microsoft has released the last version of its personal finance program for free, with no need to activate it. It just works. It's version 17, and they call it the "Sunset" version.
For more info: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=60302E1E-207E-4710-AC80-D19C22E47488&displayLang=en
You can also get the Home & Business version, also for free, here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=52D42D7F-E2E9-478B-A4DA-4B24E5875FC1&displaylang=en
Just be aware:
- It is no longer being developed; no upgrades after this. (For me, that's OK. I happily used Money 97 until a year ago, when I found Money 2000 at a yard sale.)
- It doesn't do all the fancy online stuff -- automatic updates from your financial institution, etc. (I never used that anyway).
- This is the US version. Current users with Canadian, UK or Japanese versions will likely find the US version can't read their files. (That's how it was with Money 2008.)
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Installed - and uninstalled! (Windows 7 64 bit).
No choice of program location
One account only
Therefore no ability to transfer. i.e. from savings to current account
Seems to be just a list of bills, reconciliation features don't seem to be there.
My Excel spreadsheet has many more useful features than this.
Sorry - not much use a a bank account tracker in my opinion.
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Usually I don't write comments on any software that I haven't downloaded and tested first. But this time is an exception, since I don't need one that only lets me note what I had spend for every apple and egg - I know that anyway - and for such a hight price. For that alone one can just use Excel.
I do only comment to recommend 2 way better alternatives for everyone interested in a real money software. I use them and can say both are real finance managing apps.
Both free, also let you create different account types, not only expenses but also, if you have, investments, assets, stocks etc., include your online banking, create all sorts of graphs and much more and, again, both are open source and both are free:
There is also a portable version here:
2. Money Manager
A portable version kann be found as part of the Liberkey suite:
(Left menu: Office - Financemanager - Money Manager)
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I found this to be no more than a bill catagorizer. It does nothing more than take my bills, put the money out into a debit list, post them in what the debit was paid with. i.e. check, credit card, etc.
And turns it into a cute little bar graph.
Some of us like to see where our money goes in a pie chart.
But I see it as just another way to add to the time I do my bills.
If I want to see where my money goes in catagories. I'll use my MSN money to print me out a graph. It won't be in pretty colors, but it's functional. And it doesn't add to my time to add up my bills in ANOTHER program.
Thank you GAOTD for a pretty utility that people with extra time can add up their bills up and print up a cute, color pie graph on.
But this ones too pricey at $29.95. If "I" was looking for one, $9.99 would be more up to par for this prigram IMHO.
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