How they describe themselves:
- Money Management – The financial aspect of the site allows users to keep track of their Budget, Bills, Income, Accounts, and Transactions and tie all these together into an easy to read calendar.
- Small Business – This covers the ability to Create and send Invoice/Estimates, Tax Deductions, Expense Reporting capabilities, Income Statements, and Balance Sheets.
- Organization – Along with personal finance, BudgetTracker also gives users organization tools such as Tasks, Shopping Lists, Recipes, and more to track not only their finances but things in their daily life.
- Add-Ons – The add-ons section allows users to create their own applications. They check off the form fields and give names and the application is automatically created for them without having to write any code. In addition, each application is reviewed and if we feel it could be useful to the public, we make it available for everyone but the data remains private.
What they think makes them better: The BudgetTracker product offers the widest range of services for both end-users and small businesses alike. For small businesses, we stand out by offering the ability to track Invoices, Time Sheets, Expense Reports, Employee Accounts, Tax Deduction capabilities, Income Statements, and Balance Sheets. All of these services are tied in with a complete Money Management tool that allows regular users to manage their personal finances from any Internet connection. We’ve also come up with a way to allow users to create their own applications allowing them to track anything they can think of. While other companies specialize in only a few of these fields, BudgetTracker offers a complete package.
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