Actually, your PearBudget account pages are already printer-friendly. We designed PearBudget so that if you want to print those pages out, you can, and they’re already formatted to look nice coming out of your printer. This way, you don’t have to find a special “printer-friendly” version of your data — it’s all printer-friendly.
There sure is! https://www.pearbudget.com/recurring_receipts. If you want to then delete one of them, just open up the category pop-up (by clicking on the category name), reveal the advanced controls (by clicking on the gray bar at the bottom of the pop-up box), and then remove the recurring receipt.
Absolutely! You can view all of your receipts by going to https://www.pearbudget.com/all_receipts. If you have a bunch of receipts entered, the page will take a little while to generate, so it’s safe to go get a cup of coffee after you click the link.
You might need to get just one year’s receipts, for tax purposes or other records you might need to pass along. Just make sure you’re logged in to PearBudget, and then click this link: https://pearbudget.com/export_receipts_for_year/2017. Replace the year with whatever year you’re interested in exporting. You should see an option to save a CSV file on […]
I’d like to keep a copy of my budget/receipts on my own computer. Can I export my data to a spreadsheet (like Excel)?
Absolutely! In just a few clicks, you can save your data to your local computer, and you can open it up in Excel (or Numbers, or Open Office, or another program) to play with it, create new graphs and comparisons, and so on. On any of the main pages of the application, you should see […]
People worry that entering receipts in by hand will take a ridiculous amount of time. It really doesn’t — roughly 10 minutes a week for most people. Once a week, set aside a little time (perhaps during the commercial breaks of your favorite show?) to enter your receipts and find out how much money is available […]
In a word: no. There are a number of other programs that do auto-import transactions. We don’t do it, for two primary reasons: Better Budgeting: The ultimate goal of PearBudget is to help align how you thinkyou spend money with how you actually spend money, in order to help you change your spending habits. It’s much easier to understand […]
Monthly Expenses These are for expenses that you have every single month — like electric bill or groceries. At the beginning of each new month, you get a clean slate. Overspent or underspent money doesn’t roll over from one month to the next. Irregular Expenses These are for expenses that you have at least once a year, but not […]
You can record a refund or a rebate on an item just like you recorded the item itself — by entering a new receipt. However, instead of entering a positive amount for the receipt (like normal), use a negativeamount. So, if you return a sweater and the store gives you $30 back, then you’d record -$30.00 in […]
You enter income in the same place you enter your expenses, on the Enter Your Receipts page. If you look at the drop-down box for the “category” entry, you’ll see that, at the bottom of the list of expenses are your income categories. Just pick the right income category, and the amount you enter will count […]