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Cashbook Features

The Cashbook is so easy to use! Simply enter your income and expenses, and then tick them off as they appear on your bank statement. Or, even simpler — download your bank statement from your bank's website and import it into the Cashbook.

  Feature Description
Tick image Import Bank Statements from the Internet Import your bank statement (.QIF file) from ANZ, ASB, BNZ, TSB, KiwiBank, National and Westpac banks.
Tick image Electronic Bank Reconciliation Automatically reconcile existing transactions when importing your bank statement.
Tick image Import Rules Set up rules to automatically handle recurring transactions.
Tick image Split Transactions Show a series of costs as one entry in the cashbook. For example a credit card displays as one line on the bank statement but needs to be separated into lots of categories.
Tick image Standard Reports Keep track of everything with Transaction, Summary and Detailed reports.
Tick image Custom Reports Build your own reports.
Tick image Graphs View your monthly income and expenses.
Tick image Bank Reconciliations Print them out easily.
Tick image Import Data from Another Program You can import transactional data from Microsoft Money, Quicken, or any other software that supports the .QIF file format.
Tick image Cashbook Linked to Projects Allocate income and expenses against various projects.
Tick image Cashbook Linked to Contacts Allocate income and expenses against various contacts.
Tick image Cashbook Linked to Invoicing Allocate payments received against invoices.
Tick image Cashbook Linked to Creditors Allocate expenses against creditors.
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