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Online budget calculator

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Peccavi, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. Peccavi

    Peccavi New Member

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    Anyone know of a decent online budget calculator? Or even a dowlodable app? Looking for something that can keep track of month-by-month expenses and bills.

    Cheers.
     
  2. Jackal

    Jackal Crapass

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    I just use Excel.
     
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    ZenPirate Living Legend (and moderator)

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    Thrash123 Obey Leash Laws

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    My mother and I use Money Dance. It's pretty powerful and accurate (she does accounting professionally, so she will attest to it). It's cross platform, so you can use it on any OS that supports Java.
     
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    Zur surrealistic mad cow

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    How about explaining what you need exactly ? I won't promise anything but it'd be an interesting idea for making a program.
     
  6. Peccavi

    Peccavi New Member

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    I've looked at both Quicken and Money dance, I feel more leaning towards Quicken.

    I'm after something that can organise my income, savings (with rough estimate of interest), but mainly tell me how much money I will need to pay out each month.

    I would like to have the deductions (bills, mortgage, groceries etc) state what account they are coming from. It would be preferable if I could go through, select (as example) next week, display what bills I needed to pay, ticket them off progressivly, then tell me how much I have of my income left over.
     

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