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Computerized Investing > December 7, 2013

YourMoneyGuard

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by CI Staff

YourMoneyGuard is a calendar-based software program that allows users to manage and organize their personal finances. When you first download the program, you need to extract the files to a folder of your choice on your computer. Once that is completed, click on the YMG Application to begin.

The first thing you will see is a calendar of the current month. Along the left-hand side, you can edit your calendar options by choosing a month or choosing which accounts you want to display on the calendar. Along the top of the program you will see the “accounts” button. After you click on it, you can add different income or expense accounts. If you accidentally delete an account you can quickly and conveniently retrieve it by going to the menu and clicking edit, then undo.

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