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IGG Software has released an update to its financial software, iBank 4.2. The app can be used to manage and track activity from multiple sources including checking and savings accounts, credit cards, loans, 401k and investment accounts. The upgrade adds in-line editor calculations, improved transaction entry and split editing, and offers enhanced rules for complex imports.
IGG Software has updated its personal finance software, releasing iBank 4.1. Major upgrades in the new version include new report templates: Forecast, Category Detail and Expense Timeline, alongside enhancements to the current Portfolio Report, which gets at-a-glance summary information. Reports are further enhanced by a daily interval option and a new Reports Set-Up Assistant. Version 4.1 adds CSV data import and contextual menus for improved batch editing.
IGG Software today announced iBank 4, a major upgrade of its Mac money management software. The software allows users to monitor account balances, track investments, maintain budgets and manage credit cards. It can also generate reports for further financial analysis and can reconcile paper statements. iBank can manage checking accounts and savings accounts, as well as 401K accounts, lines of credit, money market accounts and loans. It can create and manage multiple budgets.
IGG Software has announced iBank 3.4, the latest update to its financial management application designed for personal and small businesses. Several improvements made in the new version include better migration of QIF file formats from the Quicken financial management program, alterations to the category pop-up menus to help make transaction entry simpler and more efficient, and enhanced support for downloading large numbers of stock quotes.
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