“CASH” is a simple to use; database designed for tracking multiple expenses, checking accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, Gross vs. Net income and much more. It has one simple to use main menu. For those who don’t want to pay for one of the big name brand budget programs, try CASH.

· Unlike big name installed brands, backing up CASH is as easy as making a copy to a CD, DVD, Flash Drive or external hard drive.

· It covers two checking accounts,  two credit card trackers, four savings accounts and a retirement account.

· Balances are automatically calculated after every entry, displayed on the “Checkbook” or “registry” pages and ALL of your balances show on one main menu page in one spot       

· There is a date range report that you can print based on a range of dates. For example you can print one at the end of the month to replace your checkbook.

· There is an automatic budget calculator that determines your Bills and Spending cash for you based on your income and deductions.

· There is an Annual/Bi-Annual tracker to remind you of those easy to forget upcoming bills that creep up once in a while.

The Main Menu of CASH. This is where you can see a snapshot of all of your accounts and the current balances (minus any pending entries you have yet to make). On all of the balance windows for your accounts you  can see;

1. Account Name-You can change this to whatever you wish by clicking the Name Your Accounts button.

2. Open Checkbook/Register Button—Opens a form that shows your historical expenditures. See (Figure 2).

3. New Entry—Opens the new entry form (Figure 3) for the chosen account. After you make your entry, and save it, your checkbook/register (Figure 2) will automatically open with the new balance reflecting the entry you just made.

4. Annual/Bi-Annual Button—Opens a form that allows you to enter and track those bills that creep up on you throughout the year. I personally enter the dates I wish to pull my credit report as well. See (Figure 4).

5. Open Income/Budget Calculator—(Figure 5) This was one of the hardest mathematical algorithms to design, so enjoy it’s simple interface. Basically, you enter all of your income, all of your deductions (Taxes, Allotments, Pre-Deducted Savings, TSP, 401K, etc… and it calculates your take home pay for the month and half month and puts it on the main menu as a basic guide for how much you have for bills that are not pre-deducted from your paycheck.

6. Name Your Accounts Button—(Figure 6) Here is where you name your accounts. If you look on the Main Menu (Figure 1), you can see that each account has a generic name (i.e. CHECKING ACCOUNT # 1 or SAVINGS ACCOUNT # 2. The same applies to your Bill Tracker (discussed next in #7). From here you can specify the actual name of your accounts.

7. Bill Tracker Button—Bill tracker (Figure 7) is a unique addition to v1.9. It allows you to input your bills on a monthly basis, and then print the entire history of those bills. It is interesting to watch your Electric, Water and other bills flux throughout the year. This can assist you in planning the best time of the year to plan other expenditures.

8. New to version 2.0 is the log-in screen. You can create users (See Figure 1 for the User Access button) that can log-in and use this program. The number of users is unlimited. (Figure 1.1)

9. There is also a Navy CFS menu if you are a Navy CFS for tracking your command’s CFS interviews and a report based on a date range for Quarterly reports.

10. You can add a custom picture and customize the CFS or household accountant name by clicking on the “Change Filler” button .



For initial log-in:   User Name “admin” & Password “1234”.        After logging in you can add and change user(s).

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