MoneyLine Free Personal Finance Software for Mac helps users manage their personal and household budgets better by implementing some useful tools for tracking financial transactions. Its menus appear dated, but are easy to use, making it an acceptable choice as a personal accounting program.
During startup, MoneyLine Free Personal Finance Software for Mac prompts the user to install a number of additional programs, some of which are not related to the original's purpose. This is easily dismissed, bringing the user to the main window. The left side bar has sections for accounts, reports, actions, and assets/liabilities. There are no real graphics added to the menus, but they are easy to decipher. Buttons along the window's top allow records to be added, edited, or deleted. Drop-down menus and date windows also allow for users to modify the records that appear in the program. The main window clearly lists each transaction in the account selected, and provides detailed information on amounts, payees, and the category. Users can also import account information from outside programs in a number of popular formats.
MoneyLine Free Personal Finance Software for Mac works well and offers a number of the same features found on competing programs. It is recommended for users who need a financial tracking program to easily track transfers and manage their financial accounts, income, and spending.
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MoneyLine is a free personal finance accounting software for Mac OS X that allows you to track your money, bank accounts and spending in one location. Stay in control of your finances by tracking your spending and bank account balances at home no matter how many bank accounts you have. Digitally balance your checkbook downloading transactions directly from your bank. Track transfers, categorize income and expenses and more to manage and track your household finances.
Checkbook register for savings, checking and all of your personal account. Track additional accounts including credit cards. Connect and download transactions directly from your bank. Input and edit journal entries manually. Cross check purchases and transactions against your bank statement. Monitor transfers between accounts. Categorize income and expenses by category and payee to help track and manage your spending.