From NCH Software:
MoneyLine is a free personal finance software for Windows that allows you to track your money, bank accounts and all of your spending in one easy location. Stay in control of your financials by tracking your spending and bank account balances. Digitally balance your checkbook on all personal accounts including savings and checking accounts. Track additional accounts including credit cards. Download transactions right from your bank. Track transfers between each of your accounts. Categorize income and expenses by payee and category to help manage and track your spending.
What's new in this version: Version 1.06 is a bug fixing release.
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