CheckBook 2.7

With CheckBook, easily and simply manage your personal checking accounts.
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CheckBook is a helpful application that allows you to manage your income and spendings.
When you make an entry about your income, you are allowed to write the amount that you have received, as well as the date when you received it. You are also able to categorize the entries of your income. In addition to this, you are able to write a small description about each entry.

You also have an option to insert a split income and you can write the name of the person with whom you share your income, as well as the amount that you have received. You can also categorize this type of entries.

CheckBook helps you keep track of your expenses too. The application allows you to create entries for each of your expenses, the date and the destination of your money. You can also categorize the expenses and add descriptions to them.

This program enables you to create a schedule where you can enter the incomes or expenses that are repeating periodically. You can also create a schedule where you write an amount and a date, and CheckBook will automatically repeat these entries daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly. This schedule allows you to see the current amount that you own and the amount that you will have after a period of time in function of the entries from the schedule.

Therefore, CheckBook is a great program that proves to be very helpful and enables you manage your income with ease.

AC Senior editor
Abbie Crang
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  • Easy-to-use,
  • You are able to create a schedule


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