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Computerized Investing > September 17, 2011


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by CI Staff

iCash is a personal finance manager that runs on both Windows and Macintosh systems. The program is very user-friendly and its website provides a detailed help guide. iCash keeps track of all your income, expenses and bank accounts, enabling you to monitor how money comes and goes.

The easiest way to set up an account is to import a bank statement directly into the program. iCash supports QIF and OFX formats. Simply download your statement from a bank or credit card account, and import it into iCash by selecting Import at the top of the program. The transactions panel will show all the transactions from the statement that were imported. Separately, you are able to create accounts and enter transactions manually. Select which account you wish to edit from the drop-down menu at the top left of the page and click on the “+” button at the top right.

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