Why fuss with manually downloading and cleaning your transaction data? Pocketbook does it safely and automatically... and keeps it up to date.
Why bother with Excel formulas? You'll find 80% of transactions already smartly categorised. McDonald's is "food", the pub is "drinks".
Why waste time thinking about different ways to visualise your data? Our analyse feature have figured it out for you.
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Budgeting spreadsheets can be an easy way to assess your financial position and work out where you need to be. It can be a really handy tool to look at some actual numbers of your historical spending and plan for the future. The process of committing to a spreadsheet can allow the individual to think about where money is going and is a first step to ongoing management of money.
Despite their obvious benefits, budgeting spreadsheets can be very daunting for many individuals. They can:
Finally, the way budgeting spreadsheets are put together. It's inflexible to include other important information around spending, such as answering questions like:
Pocketbook addresses all these. First of all, it's an online tool, meaning that you can't lose that Excel file. And within minutes of signing up, over 80% of your historical transactions are now smartly organised. It also detects and knows when your future bills are coming up, so if you miss anything in the future, you get notified.
Then great graphing tools starts to splice and dice your data to help you really look into your spending habits in detail. All this to help you budget smarter in a ridiculously simple way.