The Ron Hooper and Kyle Hammond team have released an update for Budget, bringing it to version 3.2. Budget is a personal budget utility designed for tracking finances and money. The latest version features performance enhancements and bug fixes. According to Ron Hooper and Kyle Hammond:
Ron Hooper and Kyle Hammond announce today that Budget 3.2 for Mac OS X is available for immediate download. Budget is a personal finance application that helps people plan where their money is going and track how well they stick to their plan. Budget also provides a powerful checkbook management capability.
Since version 3.1, more than a dozen new features have been added to Budget. Version 3.2 also fixes several bugs that were present in earlier versions. Some examples of the new features are user defined accounts that can be grouped and rearranged on screen easily, extensive data backup options, enhanced statistics display for both single accounts and groups, and better saving of window positions between launches of the application.
You can find more information about the Budget update at the Cocoa Budget Web site. Budget 3.2 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$24.95.