What is Money-Pal Personal Finance Starter?
Money-Pal Personal Finance Starter is a financial management program for individuals that helps tracking income and expenses.
Money-Pal Personal Finance also functions as a server and can be accessed with a browser. This means that it can be accessed with a pc, laptop, tablet and smartphone running other operating systems.
To access Money-pal Invoice over the internet requires an internet connection – preferably ADSL or faster.
It can be installed on your Windows home computer (Windows Vista or later, Windows Server 2003 or later).
It can be used by a single user, on a local area network at home or business, connected via a computer, smartphone or tablet.
It supports a vast number of smartphones, tablets, computers and notebooks. Virtually any device that can run any of the major browsers in the world (Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari or Opera), can connect and access Money-Pal remotely. No additional app has to be installed on your mobile device to access Money-pal.
It can be used from different locations in the world via the internet, using any smartphone, tablet or computer.
It can be used to manage five accounts, e.g. a checking account, credit card account, savings account and two other accounts.
It has powerful security features like login and a robust database.
It works with multiple currencies.
It can import old data in CSV, OFX and QIF format.
bank transactions should be imported in OFX format to avoid duplicate transactions.
It categorizes transactions automatically or manually according to rules you specify.
It provides income and spending reports to help track your finances.
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