Maintain a home budget. Easy to use. Quick to setup and install. Users are allowed to select from common budget categories and enter custom categories. Expenses and income are recorded by the user. Printable Monthly reports.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:15
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: The Tightwad Personal Budget program is easy to use and quick to setup and install. It teaches users how to set up and maintain a home budget. Users can select from common budget categories (i.e., electric bill) and enter custom categories. Expenses and income are then recorded by the user. Monthly reports show the status of the budget and are printable. They include a Savings Percentage, which outlines the percentage of income saved or lost each month and a Budget Allocation report that goes into further detail by showing the amount of income remaining in each budgeted category for a given month or year. Other features include a help menu and options screen allowing users to change the look of the program. The budgeting program is free for 30 days allowing users to see if the program is a fit for them. After the trial, it can be purchased for only $12.00.
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