If you are looking for AceMoney Lite, you have come to the right place. We explain what AceMoney Lite is and point you to the official download.
What is AceMoney Lite?
AceMoney Lite brands itself as “personal finance software”, which is as good a description as any for what the program does. It does not require prior bookkeeping experience to use, having been designed for the home user market, and is a restricted-account version of AceMoney (the non-Lite version). Only a couple of accounts are permitted for users of AceMoney Lite.
Users of the software can depend on it as a budget-creation tool that will assist them in creating, managing and monitoring personal budgets. This is aided by a spending tracker that allows users to create various reports of their performance, including visual (chart) options. The program also supports investment tracking: provided the user’s investments have data on the Web, the software will handle the download of that data, sparing users the sweat of having to do manual entry for constantly changing values (stock values, for instance). It can also grab current exchange rates online, provides users with reminders on their bills and the deadlines for them, aids users in planning repayment of loans, supports online banking, and secures all the user’s data through password protection.
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File types supported by AceMoney Lite
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About file types supported by AceMoney Lite
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Last updated: : August 5, 2014