Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Bangkok Post reviews SplashMoney

In our modern economy, you create and reconcile monetary transactions many times a day when you charge your credit cards, make cash withdrawals with your ATM cards, write cheques, perform electronic fund transfers, or simply use cash to pay for groceries. Most people don't keep track of these transactions, however, if the piles of ATM slips near every machine are any indication.

On the other hand, there is a rare breed of person who takes note of every financial transaction they make. SplashMoney is designed specifically for them.

In a nutshell, SplashMoney helps you track expenditure and balance your accounts. It records every transaction you make, reminds you of future ones, reconciles bank statements, downloads account data from online banks (but US banks only), generates reports and plans budgets. It simply makes managing your transactions much easier.

By supporting unlimited number of current, savings, credit card and cash accounts, this software packs the capability to serve heavy users who want to track everything. Still, it's scalable enough to serve light users like me who normally only reconcile with ATM slips and credit card statements just once a month.

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