HomeBank – Where your money goes?
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HomeBank is free software,
which will help you to analyze the personal finances management with ease. With
this professional utility, you can analyze your personal finances in details
using powerful filtering tools and graphs.

HomeBank was originally
designed (in early 1998) to replace a manual process of personal accounts, with
a pen, a book and a calculator. Since then the software has constantly evolved,
keeping with the latest trends and capabilities of the commercial expensive

The biggest advantage of
HomeBank is that its interface is simple and intuitive, so you should not be
CPA or financial adviser to use it.

There are some other
advantages, and among them:

  • Easy import of OFX, QFX, QIF files with
    duplicate detection
  • Easy management of transactions: bookmark,
    inheritance, filter, multiple edition, scheduling, reminder
  • Easy management of payees and categories:
    automatic assignment, direct add from the register, auto-completion
  • Unique fields for transactions: visual
    paymode/status, paymode info, tag
  • Import and export of any components of the data
    in a specific CSV file format for detailed review and analysis.

HomeBank can anticipate
future costs of life and also helps you to get better understanding on where
your money comes from, and where it goes! You will enjoy the following related

  • Anticipate future costs: scheduled transaction
    inserted before term, future balance
  • Dynamic, easy and powerful reports tools with
    graphical charts
  • Monitoring the balance in time and alert on
    bank overdrafts
  • Simple budget and vehicle cost analysis


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