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Computerized Investing > May 28, 2011

Home Bookkeeping

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by CI Staff

Home Bookkeeping is a personal financial management program designed to help you keep track of your routine income and expenses. The software allows for multiple users in the same file and analysis, which is particularly useful for people who keep their finances separate but would like an overview of their spending as a whole.

In order to get started, add your name in the User Manager section of Home Bookkeeping. Be sure to add all the accounts you frequently use in the Accounts section. Each debit and credit you make can be assigned to an account. In the Brief Accounts tab, you can see the balances and inflows and outflows of each account, and the Detailed Accounts tab provides a breakdown of each transaction.

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