Accounts Register Overview

Accounts Register keeps detailed records of all past financial transactions.

Accounts Register supports many features including the following.

Support for Multiple Account and Transaction Types

Cash, Liability, and Asset Accounts. 14 account types, including generic ones. Examples include Checking, Savings, Credit Cards, Loans, Mortgage, Assets, and many others.

Multiple transaction types. To simplify data entry, multiple, specialized versions of transaction are supported. This includes Regular Transactions, Transfers, and Loan Payments, and Asset. There are also a dedicated types for transactions that involve cash (as compared to transaction involving bank accounts).

Creating a single transfer, for example, allows to create two matching transactions in both accounts involved in the transfer. This reduces possible errors and simplifies data entry.

Easy Data Entry

Intelligent Autocomplete. When entering a payee or assigning a category, Autocomplete feature dynamically suggests possible full payee or category names. Autocomplete looks not only at the beginning of the name, but can also match any part of it. Simple tap completes an entry.

Moreover, based on possible payee or category name and existing records, Autocomplete can also suggest all transactions involving the payee or category. Suggested transactions even remember their income/expense setting.

Principal and Interest (P&I) tracking. For liability accounts, principal and interest can be tracked separately to ensure correct account balance calculations.

Easy Reconciliation and Tracking

Posted and New Transactions. New transactions make account balance correct at all times—even though they might not be immediately reflected in bank’s online statement.

Easy Reconciliation. Separate actual and posted dates allow for easy account reconciliation. Actual date keeps track of when transaction was made, while the date posted reflects when financial institution has recorded the transaction.

Ability to Organize Income and Expenses

Categories. As you enter transaction, you will be assigning your own categories to each. Categories can be used as an easy reference, to remember what you spent your money for or where you earn it from.

Even more important, assigned categories are used by Financial Summary to group all income and expenses. This means you can see all transactions that belong to a specific category, no matter what account a transaction belongs to.

Category Groups. Financial Summary can also group specially named categories and show all transactions that belong to a Category Group (for example, all Auto expenses regardless if that was for Gas, Service, or something else).

Reporting without Reports

Net Worth. See Net Worth—a total balance of all cash and assets minus your liabilities. Net Worth is automatically updated when you enter or edit transactions.

Search and Date Filtering

Transaction Search allows to quickly find needed information no matter what part of transaction record it is stored in. Simply entering a keyword the search will look into many places including payee and category names, notes, and transaction amount.

Date Range Filter allows to see limit displayed transactions to one of the predefined date ranges. For examples, by default only the last 90 days are shown. You can also select Current, Last, or Next month and year.