Moscow, Russian Federation (PressExposure) December 30, 2008 -- Alzex today announces Personal Finances 3.2, the newest version of a personal finance manager that will help users to track income and expenses quickly and virtually automatically. With a glance at its reports and graphs, users will understand their earning and spending patterns, find areas of excessive expenditure and cut down unnecessary expenses. Personal Finances also provides future planning. Users can project expected spending and income and know their exact financial situation at a future date.
âMany people donât understand the concept of online personal finance, and authors of online personal finance programs donât make it any easy,â says Alexander Shirokov, author of Personal Finances.â In the spirit of making sure their software has every single function one may ask for, they keep on updating their tools with more and more features. These supersized systems make the budgeting task so daunting that many wonât use software just to avoid the hassle and turn to the good-old pencil, paper and brain. In developing Personal Finances, we aimed this large âembarrassed-by-complexityâ category of users and did our best to make budgeting simple.â
Personal Finances offers the summary view of all transactions, reports by categories, family members and tags to see how much of the budget is allocated to each category or member of the family and identify areas to cut spending if the budget comes out on the negative side. The user can generate reports that cover any period of time. Results can be printed out or saved to one of the formats: HTML, CHM, or TXT.
With Personal Finances, one can have the convenience of the personal finance software without carrying around the laptop. When the user goes on a journey, he can install Personal Finances onto a USB stick and keep track of all purchases. This can come in handy when one needs to record his financial transactions. Simply plug-in the USB to any computer, update transactions and unplug it. No traces are left behind on the host machine.
Personal Finances runs on Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/Vista and comes in two editions: Professional and Freeware. For more information about the product or to download a free 30-day trial, visit http://www.financessoftware.com
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Alexander Shirokov firstname.lastname@example.org