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    MoneyPad - ✥✥ The Best Integrated Financial App to Manage Personal Finances ✥✥

    Extremely easy to use, yet feature-rich integrated financial app that lets you control your budget and track your expenses, income, account and asset. It takes seconds to record an transaction, and from the home screen you can view all the data you need at a glance, like net worth, budget, expenses, income and daily transactions。

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    Use MoneyPad to separate businees expense paid by personal credit card

    MoneyPad - ✥✥✥ Featured by Apple as a "Staff Favorites" in China App Store and "What's Hot" in US App Store" ✥✥✥

    App Link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moneypad-budget-expense-income/id476810880

    MoneyPad easily allows you to separate business expenses paid by personal credit card.

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    Steps:
    1. Create a category with name as Business and subcategories such as travel, dinner and social expense.
    2. When you use personal credit card to pay business expense, Just select Business and corresponding subcategory.
    3. When you want to export the data of business expense, select the following options under Export Data screen.
    Accounts : Credit Card.
    Transaction Type: Expense
    Category: Business
    Start Date: Your choice
    End Date: Your choice
     

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    MoneyPad v3.0 Update

    MoneyPad v3.0 New Features:
    ▸ Add calendar support
    ▸ Show monthly executed transactions and recurring transactions as points on the calendar
    ▸ Filter transactions by tapping a date on the calendar

    App Link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moneypad-integrated-money/id476810880?ls=1&mt=8

    Other KEY FEATURES:

    ▸ Passcode protection.
    ▸ Global currencies supported.
    ▸ Can add photo for transaction.
    ▸ Calendar view of transactions.
    ▸ Ability to customize categories and subcategories.
    ▸ 200 icons for categories and subcategories.
    ▸ Export CSV report of transactions by e-Mail.
    ▸ Number Pad with calculation.
    ▸ Search function provided.
    ▸ Bills reminder to track your payments.
    ▸ Auto Increment Check#. Enter the first check number and MoneyPad will suggest the next one.
    ▸ Built-in User Guide and FAQ.
     
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    has anybody tried this?

    has anybody tried this? any feedback from an actual user?
     

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