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MoneyLine

Easy Home Accounting and Check Register for Everyone

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Value for money rating

2.3

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Price starts from

39.95

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Lifetime License - Home License

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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An inexpensive option for easily and efficiently managing personal finances

Reviewed 5 years ago

Makes managing personal finances a breeze.

Pros

Managing personal finances isn't a task you want to invest heavily in - either in time or monetary terms - but it's important to manage efficiently. There are some good free web-based apps out there, but many fear that using a web-based application may compromise their privacy or security. Moneyline is a great little tool that makes tracking income and expenses and monitoring balances in bank accounts...

Cons

Account reconciliation seems rather quirky and I note from forum comments that many users avoid reconciling and just check their displayed balance against statements periodically. The notion of assigning an imbalance as an unidentified transaction seems odd to me. I would rather it be saved as an imbalance and be able to go in and fix it when inspection of account history exposed the problem. The...