I have approximately 75 line items in a budget that I need to track spending of. My excel sheet is growing too big for its britches. [more inside]
Just received a long-awaited promotion. However, the accompanying pay raise was a massive disappointment, and now I'm strongly considering looking for a new job. Is it worth it to ask for more money? If not, should I stay at my current company or find a new job? [more inside]
Affordable, multi-currency small business/accounting software for dummies? [more inside]
If you use budgeting software, do you have a good system for tracking and categorizing your cash spending? [more inside]
Help me find a simple budgeting software that knows how to handle bi-weekly income and spending. [more inside]
Leaving a $120k salary behind. Am I really insane? [more inside]
Similar to firei's post, I've lived in the same town for almost all of my 23 years on this planet. I want to move to a brand-new, exciting city. Where should I go? [more inside]
Is there an iPhone app that can be shared across multiple users/phones to manage kids' allowances? [more inside]
How do I find a good technical recruiter in the Bay Area? Of course, the catch is that I want to maintain my confidentiality due to current job. [more inside]
What is the best budgeting software for a Mac that I can sync with an iPhone? [more inside]
I have trouble remembering to pay bills/bring stamps/find envelopes in a timely manner. But I don't like having my account auto-drafted. Is there anything do-it-yourself style that will send me an e-mail and I can click a button to approve a transaction to pay an amount specified by me to the company that needs paying (or something like that)? [more inside]
Please help me find financial management software that both (1) keeps data in sync when used on multiple devices and, (2) works offline. [more inside]
Help! I am SO confused about picking the right budgeting software. I am looking for a budgeting software but I have a lot of parameters. I have read the previous threads but it seems like nothing does exactly what I want it to do. Paramemters below. [more inside]
I'm trying to start 2010 with a decent software strategy in place for tracking travel, projects, invoices, and expenses. 2009's technique was an Excel spreadsheet so there's lots of room for improvement. My picky/nerdy requirements inside. [more inside]
I'm a veteran software engineer / technical lead working for an internet company. I think I've got an opportunity to really cash in at my job, and need guidance on how best to do this. [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a web based money management software for two? [more inside]
In MS Money 2007, I am able to open my MS Money 2002 file and everything is great except for one difference that is causing me fits. I like to put all my Bills in the bill section and then I can easily see what the balance is going to be in my account after all those bills go through to make sure I have enough money (Shift+Click), but it seems that starting in MS Money 2006, that functionality was taken away. I am not aware of a way to select multiple bills to see the balance after paying all of them. [more inside]
Are there any fantastic web-based budgeting softwares that also have iphone apps?? There seem to be a lot of flimsy iphone budgeting apps, but I'm looking more for a serious budgeting program that has the added bonus of an iphone app. [more inside]
Can I make a living coding from home, and where can I find such a job? [more inside]
Mac switcher / Intuit hater question: Is there a good alternative to Quicken for the Mac? [more inside]
I'm looking for some type of freeware that will display stock info in realtime on my mac ibook. I'm not too stoked on apple's stock widget because it always seems to be unable to retrieve the data I request. I need something that will allow me to type in ticker symbols for stocks, index funds, ETFs etc. and will give me a chart or graph of current and recent performance. Any suggestions fellow readers??
Recommendations for personal finance software for Mac OS X? [more inside]
I just graduated law school and have received a significant amount of money in graduation gifts. I'd like to "invest" the money in the market but I have no idea how to do that. I'd like to use online investment software that is very intuitive. Any suggestions?
I'm a college student, and I was looking for a (cheap) money management software package to manage my loans, credit card, and income from work. Does anyone know of a cheap one that works well? I was looking at Quicken, but that's 80 bucks and seems like overkill.