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- FILE SIZE:
- 1.6 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- Mickael Feledyn
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- C: \ Others \ Finances & Business
Neatly-structured user interface
The main window of the utility is quite intuitive and simple to understand, its main functions being fairly visible and self-explanatory from the very start.
As a result, even if you lack previous experience with this type of software, you will not run into any trouble when working with MoneyView.
Swiftly manage all your accounts’ expenses and income
Firstly, you will need to add your account to the application, being able to choose between several different types, the one that best suits your needs (bank, cash, assets, etc). You can enter a name, an initial amount and an opening date, after which you can begin to input all the operations that you have performed.
MoneyView allows you to create various expense categories, so every time you add a new operation, you can sort them accordingly. You can choose between ‘Debit’ and ‘Credit', then enter the corresponding sum of money, on the proper date and the payee name.
The tool enables you to manage multiple accounts simultaneously, even being able to work with data imported from QIF or OFX files. In addition, it can generate pie chart reports relevant to the transactions that you perform, so you can have a clear understanding of the balance between the money that you earn and the ones you spend.
A handy personal finance assistant
To sum it up, MoneyView is an interesting and effective program that can help you stay on top of your financial situation, by allowing you to log every expense or income that you obtain, automatically tracking the transactions over time.
MoneyView was reviewed by Marina Dan, last updated on August 18th, 2014
Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8 64 bit