Easy-To-Use Personal Finance Software

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Money Manager is a finance software application designed for home users, allowing you to organize finances without any advanced knowledge.

The program provides quite an easy to navigate interface and this is a pretty good thing since it’s supposed to be used by beginners.

Users are required to fill in multiple forms when creating new accounts, providing names, account numbers, current balance, and account currency, thus helping the app keep track of your savings and accounts.

The main window shows a quick overview of your account, showing not only the balance, the income, and the expense but also bills and deposits, as well as a graph to see income versus expenses.

There are multiple built-in categories to organizes expenses and income, such as food, bills, and leisure, but you can always add new ones or delete some of those included in the standard package.

Obviously, you have to register every single transaction, while at the end of the month you’re allowed to generate reports and see where the money goes with just a few clicks.

Last but not least, you can export your data as CSV and HTML or create separate accounts for multiple users.

As said, you don’t need any special financial knowledge to use Money Manager, and while everything’s pretty straightforward, there’s also a help file to provide assistance on the built-in features.

The program works pretty smooth and doesn’t slow down the system, but it doesn’t work on Windows 7 at all.

Overall, Money Manager is a good choice for all those who want to keep an eye on their income and expenses and it boasts a very user-friendly interface to address all types of users.

We at AppsForMyPc have tested and used Money Manager and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂