Site reviews: expensr.com

14 07 2007

expensrexpensr is a free online personal finance application. expensr is currently in beta so let us know what kind of features you’d like to see!
The founders
expensr is founded by Reman Child and Shawn Gupta. As working professionals, they needed a fast and easy way to track their spending habits. After complaining to each other over lunch one day about not knowing where all their money went, they decided to do something about it. That’s how expensr was born. The founders still have trouble putting money away, but at least now they know where it all goes.
See the testiomonials

Expensr’s still very new, but it looks like a promising, stripped-down online alternative to wrestling with Quicken or Microsoft Money on your desktop.

Lifehacker.com

What Expensr has going for it is simplicity, speed, ease of use, and cost. It’s free. It looks like a solid solution for a young adult’s simple finances.

Webware.com (cnet)

Being able to import my statement and edit it was simple and fun. Being able to define my categories also made me feel like I was in control of the information rather than the other way round.

Helena, expensr user

Online personal finance application, manages your income and log your outcome for better management. Friendly GUI with AJAX support and its simplicity on design.


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14 07 2007
tigerplug

Hands up who wants to put all their financial information in an unsecure database on the internet?

Anyone?

Anyone at all?

C’mon, there must be some suckers out there?

14 07 2007
Ali

But i bet u had a m*space or fr*endster doh?

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