Personal Finance Tool: Monthly Budget
Personal Finance Tool: Monthly Budget is a user-friendly and efficient application whose main purpose is to help you track your monthly income, along with the bills and other expenses that you are required to make.
During the installation process, the utility will also install the runtime version of Microsoft Access on your system, so even if you do not have it already on your system, you can still work with the program properly.
The main window of Personal Finance Tool: Monthly Budget features three distinct tables, namely 'Income', 'Bills' and 'Expenses', each comprising corresponding entries. At the same time, on the right side of the window, you can view a constantly updating 'Balance' for the current month, displaying the 'Total income', 'Total Expenses', and 'What You Have Left'.
The 'Add', 'Edit / View' and 'Delete' options on the side of each table allow you to enter new records into the budget program so you can easily monitor any changes in your 'Balance'. Additionally, it enables you to remember when a certain 'Expense' was made as well as keep in mind when your 'Bills' are due for payment.
In order to 'Add' a new record, you can double-click in that targeted table and a window will be displayed, allowing you to choose the corresponding date, the 'Source', the 'Amount' and a 'Description', then press the 'Submit' button for it to be inserted in your database.
Moreover, Personal Finance Tool: Monthly Budget features a 'Reports' section where you can run various queries and view the 'List Of All Income, Bills And Expenses For The Selected Month', 'List of Unpaid Bills' or 'List Of all Categories By Trans. Type'. Similarly, you can 'Compare Two Selected Months' or 'Two Selected Years', then click on 'Generate Report' and the utility will display a preview, which you can save to your PC or print.
To conclude, Personal Finance Tool: Monthly Budget is a useful and reliable piece of software that enables you to closely monitor your financial situation by keeping track of all the money that goes in and out of your household.