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Computerized Investing > January 21, 2012

Snowmint Budget

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by CI Staff

Recently, Computerized Investing subscribers have been requesting that we cover more Mac-based programs. With that in mind, this week we review Snowmint Budget, a personal financial management software program designed to help you track your various accounts. Snowmint Budget also offers envelope budgeting features. Best of all, the software works on both Windows- and iOS-based computers.

As with most personal finance programs, the first step is to set up your main account. Let’s assume that your checking account is with Chase Bank. To create the account, click on the info button on the toolbar and fill in the appropriate information. In order to set up a budget, you must create envelopes for expenses. In our example, five envelopes have been created: rent, utilities, groceries, clothes and entertainment.

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