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iCash 5.0 offers personal finance tools

updated 12:00 pm EST, Tue December 16, 2008

Maxprog updates iCash 5.0

Maxprog has launched the latest update to its personal finance and money manager software, iCash 5.0. The application is designed to control and keep track of incomes, expenses, credits, debits and bank transactions. New features include the ability to merge accounts, categories and contacts, edit multiple transactions at once, and allowing users to view scheduled transactions in the transaction panel. The recent documents window is now called file manager, listing all the files currently being worked on, and offers delete or duplicate options. Also added is a project manager to enable the deletion or re-naming of a project, along with payment summery and general ledger reports,

The Payment Summary report displays the full list of people paid, how much money was paid to them, the amount of money available, the profit and loss, plus an overall ratio. For the general ledger report users are shown a more detailed profit and loss, with a summery of all transactions organized by type, category, and account. A series of toolbar changes and enhancements have been made as well.

iCash costs $40 for the complete version, with prices varied depending on what version the user is upgrading from.






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