May 22nd, 2000
|[8:00 AM] Where Did All My Money Go? To Version 1.7
Bert Torfs BVBA has released WhereDidAllMyMoneyGo? 1.7. This release improves Quicken import among all the changes. According to Bert Torfs:
WhereDidAllMyMoneyGo? is a simple double entry accounting package targeted at the home user.
There are two ways you can describe WhereDidAllMyMoneyGo? : as an application to track all your possessions, income and expenses or as a personal Multi-Currency double entry accounting package. I personally prefer the first description, as the second description might scare people without an accounting background : Anyone who needs to have an overview on his finances can benefit from using WhereDidAllMyMoneyGo?.
- Multi currency : accounts can be expressed in any currency, transactions can be entered in any currency. WhereDidAllMyMoneyGo? will take care of the necessary conversions.
- Double entry with a third, balanced, dimension for tracking expenses per type.
- Transactions record a flow of money from one account to another account for a particular reason. That particular reason is described by the expense type. An example : From your employer to your Bank account For Salary.
- Simplified transaction entry if you do not mind a third dimension.
- Changing an accounts balance automatically creates a balancing transaction.
- Changing currency rates automatically revaluates accounts expressed in that currency and creates the necessary balancing transactions. Great for stock tracking.
- Changing the price of a share automatically recalculates the balance in local currency of your stock portfolio. Even if that share is quoted in a foreign currency.
- A great assistant for accounting students.
- Drill down graphs. Click on a bar or on a pie and the raw data hidden underneath - the transactions - will be shown.
This product is US$25 shareware and you can find more information about it at Bert's site.