Managing Finances with Tonido Money

Dmitri Popov

Productivity Sauce

Feb 05, 2010 GMT
Dmitri Popov

Managing your finances can be a real chore if you don't have a decent tool for the job. There are a few desktop applications out there that can help you to keep track of your personal finances, but if you are a freelancer or a small business owner, you might need something more powerful like Tonido Money. Based on the excellent Money Manager Ex, Tonido Money is part of the TonidoTonido personal cloud server solution. Besides providing all the essential features that help you to track your finances, Tonido Money runs directly in your browser, so you can access your financial data from any computer.

Tonido Money offers a broad range of features designed to help you to keep tabs on various aspects of your finances. You can use the application to manage your stock investments, loans, credit cards as well as checking and savings accounts. The application lets you record and organize transactions as well as reconcile them against your bank statements. Tonido Money also lets you manage stock, bonds, and mutual fund accounts, and you can use the available features to track your investments, keep tabs on gains and losses, and get the current share prices. Tonido Money's powerful reporting capabilities let you view your spending by category and by payee, view income vs expenses, and get an overview of your budget. Tonido Money supports Unicode and multiple currencies, and it allows you to import and export data in the QIF format. All in all, Tonido Money is a rather competent application that can help you to keep tabs on your finances and access your financial data from anywhere.

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