accounting freeware

PLCash – added 11/2/2005

PLCash is a platform-independent personal financial program that helps you create and manage personal financial accounts. You can easily import and export your records from Quicken, and similar programs, as well as create reports in seconds. PLCash uses an industry standard data file format, therfore is has seamless interoperability with other similar finance management software.

The Cash Manager – added 7/8/2005

The Cash Manager is a simple financial accounting application, designed for home and small business use. The idea is to manage incoming and outgoing money in separate virtual “accounts”, in order to keep the overview about how much money is spent or taken in total or per category. Compatible with Microsoft Money, Excel and Quicken.

AB Invoicing – added 7/3/2005

AB Invoicing is an invoice software that lets you write as many invoices as you like without spending any money on it. Use it to print as many invoices as you like. And buy a license to expand it with new functions when you want it. Not for something you don’t want but only the function you are missing.

IngenMoney – added 7/2/2005

An ingenious solution to easily gain 100% control of your personal finance. The logical and lively interface blends-in naturally with the way most of us foresee our day-to-day finance. Your budget figures are loaded onto a dynamic virtual calendar that rolls as time go by. Bills are handled by an automatic distribution of your income every time revenues are processed. When due-dates are around the corner, obligations roll-in on your calendar, guidance lights comes on, and the money is there. You will be aware of the funds available for your daily expenses at any given moments, which in turn prevents you from overspending, resulting in a much smoother and secure month-end. The impact on your everyday finance will be significant. This is one financial tool you won’t regret downloading.

Money Manager – added 7/1/2005

Money Manager is an easy-to-use personal finance software. It primarily helps organize one’s finances and keeps track of where, when and how the money goes. It is also a great tool to get a bird’s eye view of your financial worth. The program supports checking accounts, savings and credit card accounts, as well as Fixed Deposit and Portfolio accounts. The Outlook-style interface provides an overview for all your accounts and total balance. You can transfer money between account, create custom categories to organize your income/expenses and more.

Banana Cashbook – added 6/28/2005

Everything any small business owner, club, society, small association or family will ever need to record their daily income and expenses: Multi-currency and multi-lingual, budget, reports for VAT (Sales tax) at the touch of a button, balance always updated, expense totals, details by category and period, currency conversion, cost centers, passwords, conversion to HTML, and also includes various models and examples.

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