Day 8: Budgeting for the Technophobes

If you’ve checked out the past three posts about aggregators that work directly with your online banking and you’re not comfortable with that, I understand. There’s a pretty spiffy Web site that works similarly called BudgetTracker. It’s a calendar based system that works from information that you provide. It also allows you to track business finances online.

  • selina

    I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


  • JessicaW

    Thanks so much for commenting! I love hearing from readers, especially what they like and dislike. I do read *all* comments. I hope you’ll visit us again sometime. April is “Financial Literacy Month” and I’m digging up 30 days of financial literacy. One week will focus on personal finance resouces for kids (my daughter is test-driving some sites now for us to blog about later). I got a late start so we’ll also be doing daily posts into the first week of May. Hope to see you around here again soon.