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    4play's Avatar knob jockey
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    Im really looking for some home finance software that has the abilty to also keep track of all the overtime i do at work.

    Nothing particularly fancy really just want a program that i can add what bills i have to pay each month ( rent, council tax....). I also need it to be able to keep track of all my overtime and work out what my monthly wage will be.

    I was tempted to acutally write my own in php and store it all in a mysql database but i just want to see what else is out there already.

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    Quickbooks? Quicken? MSN Money? Just a few that come to mind

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    you should try with a palm

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    quicken seems to be just the ticket but i really cant be bothered to ue cracked software to control manage my finances just incase something goes wrong.

    It just seems easier for me to write my own.

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    sometimes a simple pen and paper does wonders.

    excel?

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    excel works for me

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    Thats what i have been using but it was becoming a pain since working out my pay was complicated. anything over 39 hours is time and a half, sunday is double, security rate is +1.50 and bank holiday pay. I ended up writing huge formulas to work it out every month.

    I would much rather have some software to do it for me so i might as well write it myself once and just whack my hours in and let it work it out for me.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    So, is there any issue towards your wage calculations? I mean, you employer doesn't give you the right of you.
    I am wondering that the all book keeping must not be concerned for a employee. Can you see it!
    regards

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