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Computerized Investing > February 2011

Account Xpress 3.8

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by CI Staff

Account Xpress is a personal financial management software that is designed to be both functional and easy to use. A comprehensive help guide can assist you in getting started. Users who simply want to track their income and expenses can do so, but the program also provides detailed analysis of monthly finances for those seeking more a more thorough breakdown.

The first step when using Account Xpress is to enter your account information. Assets and liabilities such as checking, savings and credit card accounts are commonly used. The next section is budgets. It incorporates your budgeted and actual income and expenses. This section is broken down into categories and sub-categories. Furthermore, you are able to enter recurring transactions. The software will automatically deduct expenses from the account you specify, keeping your finances accurate and timely.

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