posted 48 years ago by
Broke Member

Man, I wish I could afford that ...

not in the budget this month

What an interesting dichotomy.

daveramsey.com has much budgeting software and forms

bmhayes said:   daveramsey.com has much budgeting software and forms

Completely unnecessary when you have Mint for free. I got suckered into buying this from a FW thread earlier this year and have not needed it once. If you buy, have fun entering in all of your transactions manually! Also, nobody would ever ever ever pay the "regular" price of $60.

I bought this software AND use it! I think it's great. The manual entry makes you more aware of what is really happening with your money. One of the things I like most about the software and the company, is the youtube videos that help you get the most out of the software. They also offer free online classes where they answer questions and help you get the most out of the program. The free trial sold me. I think it's a deal at $15.00. I also use Mint, but it's more of a large overview of your whole financial life, while YNAB is for day to day help making your paycheck do what you want it to do.
Just wanted to add my opinion.

This might be worth a try for 15 bucks. Microsoft Money works the same as far as manually downloading your transactions but it is free and I just can't get used to Quicken.

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