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Unread 24th Jul 2011, 03:26 PM   #1
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Ever wonder where your money goes?
Do you have more bills than income?

Do you save receipts in a shoe box for tax time?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then help is on the way.
This simple spreadsheet will get you organized and save you a lot of work.

Do you know where every penny of your money goes?
Do you plan on how to spend every paycheck?
Do you know how much money you actually take in?

These and other questions will be answered when you start using this simple spreadsheet.

Keeping track of expenses and income is hard to do.
But with this simple spreadsheet it will only take a few minutes a day


I am just an ordinary guy with no special traits. I have no accounting background. And I am not really good with numbers.

I have been using spreadsheets for years to keep track of what I spend and what I take in.
It also helps me see what to spend on what for each pay check.
It also helps when it comes to tax time because all your information is in a simple spreadsheet.


This is not a budget spreadsheet where you estimate your expenses and income. This is an actual accounting of what you spent for what and what you brought in from all sources.

This spreadsheet is a workbook broken down by month and then a yearly total.
Each month is broken down by 15 day periods.
The totals and balances are carried over from month to month to the final yearly totals.
There is a PDF file included explaining how the spreadsheet works.

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Sound like tsomthing I need, however that price point screams oooouch!

Will be watching the progress of this WSO. Good Luck!
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Would you mind providing us some proofs, reviews or/and videos pertaining to the product?
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A video demo would be most helpful and appreciated.

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This is part of the instructional manual. This will help you judge the value of the workbook.

1. Be sure to record your beginning balance for the start of the month or year. This is perpetual and can be used for each year or part of a year. NOTE: If you keep a good enough record your tax preparer will like you a lot more.
2. Enter in the “Who To” a short description of who the transaction is for (e.g. Doctor Bill or Dr. Novel). You should also include incomes as well as expenses.
3. Enter in the “Amount Due” the amount of the bill (e.g. $100.00 or $9.95). Be sure to record every bill received.
4. Enter in the “Amount Paid” the amount you paid on the bill or expenditure. Be sure to record everything spent everyday. Don’t forget to record everything received that day also. NOTE: You can have multiple entries for a particular day. It does not matter how big or how small the expenditure or income is, it just maters that you get in the habit of recording it every day.

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There is a 30 day money back guarantee.
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For the next few days (Until 1-Sep-2011) I have lowered the price by $10.00.
Get it while you can.

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Does anyone know if this will run on a Mac? and seeing a video woudl help more than just excerpts of instructions.
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