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April 18, 2006


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Much as I hate to admit it, Microsoft has a pretty good Excel budget template. It looks like it does many of the same things as ynab. This is what I've been using for quite some time now, and I've been very pleased with it.

I love YNAB. It has removed all stress from our day to day finances and given us feedback on what we spend money on. Now we have a chance to pay down our credit cards.

ever try ace money lite
its free

I know this post is two years old, but you may want to update your pricing here... it's now $49.95!! That's a weeks worth of groceries (or more) for two people and the way things are right now, might not exactly be the best bet when there are other free services that do much of the same thing like Mint and Wesabe.

Correction... this post is three years old! Yikes!

Its up to 59.95 now ;)

Wow! That is a big increase. Can anyone say what improvements were made to justifiy the increase in price?

$59.95 is NO bargain at all. They let a few good reviews go straight to their head...

and now it is $60.00? And the Android companion app is not free. Come on.

I know you have invest on something to get organized, but this is too much.

I am using anMoney for Android by the way.

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