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Computerized Investing > September 14, 2013

Monthly Income and Expense Tracker

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by CI Staff

Monthly Income and Expense Tracker does exactly what its name promises; it tracks income and expenses with an interface is a little different than other budgeting programs.

After you download the program, click on the tab titled “categories.” On this tab, you add a series of income or expense categories that you will be using when you record your transactions (actually recording your income or expenses is done under the “records” tab). At the very top of the program, you can choose which month you are recording your information for. On the records tab, you will see three large boxes all in different colors: One is for income, another for expenses and another for automated payments. Next to each box there are big symbols that you can click on to quickly edit transactions. From these buttons, you can add a transaction, delete a transaction, edit an entry or summarize your entries.

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