Nice to see you all in this alumni e-community. I'm sure you all are up to interesting things and look forward to reading/hearing/seeing more!
I'm writing because I'm on the hunt for an alternative to what has (until now) been my only tool for drafting and maintaining budgets: excel (insert eery music here).
Seriously, does anyone have positive experiences working with doc budgets using any of the budgeting programs on the market?
I was just speaking to fellow workshopper Rebecca Richman Cohen, who said she'd love to see a budgeting program that would work like Quicken (whereby it automatically lists and tracks expenses linked ot a credit card / bank account) to avoid manual data entry of EVERY SINGLE EXPENSE.
I would love that too, but mainly excel drives me nuts and it's easy to mess up once you want to customize a spreadsheet after formulas, formatting, etc. go across multiple sheets and grow more complex.
Any positive/negative experiences to share?