Wallet Balance

Wallet Balance

Free
Wallet Balance helps you manage your income and expenses in an easy manner
1.0  (1 vote)
License type: Freeware

Keeping your personal finance documents, such as expenses and income bills, in one place might get a bit difficult, especially when you find yourself handling dozens of documents and you wish to be aware of your current budget state. All over the Internet, you will find a wide range of applications that will help you keep up with your money transactions and budgets. One of them is Wallet Balance, a small program that allows you to add/manage transaction information, calculate your monthly cash flow and many other.

The way I see it, the application definitely gets a plus for the simple fact that it allows you to set transaction alarms. Thus, you will never forget about any payment that needs to be made at a certain date.

Wallet Balance will let you add as many transactions as you wish to your inventory, whether they're income bills or expenses. This efficient program will bring you predefined categories, such as bank (credit cards, loans, etc.), leisure (gifts, gym, etc.), work and many other; you can add more as main categories or subcategories to the original ones.

At the same time, the application will offer you detailed statistics regarding your current cash flow, like reports with all performed transactions during any selected month displayed as explicit charts, so that you may never lose track of your budget's state. You can print the resulted reports and use them later on.

Although Wallet Balance doesn't come as a feature-rich program, it gives you the opportunity to manage your income and expenses in an easy manner and store all these information in one place.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Simple interface
  • Comes with an efficient Help Guide
  • You will be able to print statistics reports directly from the application
  • Allows you to set transaction alarms

Cons

  • The application will offer you to download and install unnecessary tools
  • You're unable to manage more than one account (for example, you can manage the transactions of another person separately)
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