Bills for Mac
A lightweight and practical application that enables you to plan and keep track of your income, bills and expenses on a monthly basis
DISCOUNT: 50% OFF!Bills is a straightforward financial planning application that provides all the tools and features you need to create lists of planned and overdue payments, paid bills and more.
Bills features a well-designed interface that offers you an overview of your financial status for the current month. The built-in calendar helps you compare the amount of money you wanted to spend with the amount you have spent so far. You can also add your income into the equation and make a better payments plan by taking into consideration the available budget.
You can schedule your transactions and approve their payment when the due date has come. On top of that, you can partially approve a payment and reschedule the rest of the payment according to your needs.
The flip board helps you check the bills that have already been paid and keep track of overdue and planned payments. You can filter your payments and bills via the provided calendar and the designated boxes located at the bottom of the screen. In addition, Bills enables you to export your financial plan to HTML and CSV files and set a PIN code in order to protect your entries from prying eyes.
By accessing the Category slide menu, you can filter the displayed payments and bills and choose to view entries related to credit cards, loans, taxes, communication, household and more. You can even edit the list and add your own custom entries.
Another great feature provided by Bills is the synchronization system that allows you to sync your calendar with other Mac computers via Dropbox and with your iPad or iPhone. Moreover, the recurring reminders are designed to constantly alert you when a bill needs to be paid and avoid overdue payments.
In conclusion, Bills is a very easy-to-use application that enables you to keep track of your expenses and control the amount of money you want to spend every month.
Bills was reviewed by George Popescu
Last updated on January 9th, 2014