SimplyCash is an easy to use software utility that will allow you to keep track of your daily expenses and income. Its quick and after using the software you will notice that it is really a breeze to enter new transactions and view reports.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:37
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: With SimplyCash, you will learn how to administer your own personal finances. Recording all Payments and Receipts in SimplyCash will help you stay on top of your finances
without relying and having to disclose personal information to others. Whether you just need control of your current or savings accounts or whether you would like to manage a multi-currency portfolio, SimplyCash is the assistant for you.
Worry about your finances no longer! You can rely on SimplyCash to facilitate checking your bank statements for errors and ensure that your hard-earned income is being utilized as you want to.
This is the software you have been waiting for. SimplyCash is ideal for those who still want to keep track of their cash activity, without giving up hours of their busy lives. In a few minutes, you will be able to update account transactions and get a good view of your financial situation, helping you make informed decisions.
Entering transactions in SimplyCash cannot be easier. The program recognizes recurring entries and can prompt you with information used in past transactions to enter postings faster.
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