AceMoney Lite

AceMoney Lite

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personal finance manager AceMoney Lite makes it easy to manage a checkbook, create and manage budgets, juggle finances in multiple currencies, track spending habits, record expenses, and even do on-line banking. The account information can be shared or password protected. The program comes with an easy to use interface that is straight forward and much easier to use than most commercial packages.AceMoney Lite offers everything you need to balance your personal bank account and keep track of where your money is going. The free version is limited to a single bank account. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher MechCAD Price Free
Version 4.37.2  history Last updated Oct 28, 2019
File Size 7.25 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

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Based on 6 reviews

Latest user reviews:

MS Money conversion 2 stars by elorsal Apr 30, 2011
Because of the difference in methods used to maintain investment accounts between MS Money and Ace Money, I am having a terrible time utilizing the features of Ace Money. Therefore I have decided to go back to MS Money where I feel secure in my financial efforts. Trying to convert to Ace Money and reconcile my accounts is and continues to be a horrible experience for me. show Review details
It's free: expect some flaws as okay 3 stars by VideoJockey Dec 30, 2008 (Read all my 7 reviews)
Print engine has been flawed for some time. They know this. Hide certain columns from view and try to print in WinXP and it will crash. The version for Win2K doesn't crash. In both XP and 2K, however, if you choose a range of pages to print, AceMoney ignores the choice and prints all. Several months of transactions can be many pages. You must manually halt unwanted page prints in the Windows spooler or your printer software. AceMoney does a good job of exporting to a standard comma delimited file (CSV) for importation into a spreadsheet program. That's what I do: Import AceMoney's exported CSV to Excel and print the range I want. Presently, that is the recommended method from AceMoney's user forum. It does a good job of importing the standards: Microsoft's Open Financial Exchange (OFX) and Quicken's format (QFX) files. All data is saved in a *.mnw file that you can store in an encrypted virtual drive. show Review details
You get what you pay for...and then some 5 stars by bill_ymr Oct 13, 2008 (Read all my 11 reviews)
I have been using this for several years. The interface is easy to understand, the program is simple to setup, and my wife (technology challenged) is able to use it with next to no training. I wish that it was easier to interact with spreadsheets, but, you get what you pay for. Right? show Review details
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