From Mr. Tuner Piano:
A Basic DOS program that allows the user to download bank account data (in CSV format only) and analyze it with reference to a pre-created budget. You can create a monthly budget and compare your actual spending, from downloaded account data, with your budget.
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All versions:3.0 stars
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Current version:3.0 stars
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"generally can be said to be good"
Version: Download Bank Account Data 1.0
helps me save my money at least.
like the fact that i can check my account on line
gains are very little.
I don't get the regular balances that are posted to a user's account
more can be done to make it better.
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