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Computerized Investing > April 30, 2011

Simple Home Money Management

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by CI Staff

As the name implies, Simple Home Money Management is a financial management software that helps you track your income, expenses and investments and meet your personal financial goals. The setup process is incredibly painless, as the program walks you through everything step by step from the moment you download it.

After installing the program, click on “Set-up” and the program will show you four sections: Accounts, Income items, Outgoing items and Budget – annual. The Accounts section includes credit card, checking, investment, savings and other accounts. Simply drag and drop the icon corresponding to the account you want to set up and create a name that makes sense. Enter the account number, balance, and balance as-of date for each account.

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