The Basics of Version 5.3
This personal finance software offers easy to use tools; however, if you're overwhelmed with debt and are somewhat knowledgeable about resolving your financial problems, this may be too easy. If you're in debt and have no idea to get out of it, the Financial Freedom software may work for you.
Upon opening the software you find easy tools that include: Worksheets, Tools, Debt Elimination, and Dave's Links.
Worksheets - Click on this and you'll find twelve worksheets you can print first and then fill in. They include checklists, asset input, your income sources, payment planning, monthly cash flow, recommended percentages, allocated spending plan, irregular income planning (if you're self-employed), savings breakdown, the Debt Snowball, monthly retirement planning, and the pro-rata plan.
Tools -The tools section includes financial calculators, a glossary of finance terms, and a check register.
Debt Elimination - Once you've filled out the twelve forms (some families don't need all of them), the debt elimination tool is really Dave's Debt Snowball that calculates how you are going to get out of debt.
Dave's Links - Here you find links to Dave's website, books, and Financial Peace University, and support for the software.