It’s been a while since we’ve written, hasn’t it? Sorry about that. If you’re on the Twitters, you can follow us over there (@pearbudget), where we tend to post more frequently.
I wanted to post a quick link here, though, to an article in PC World magazine that mentions us as one of 16 web services that can help you get your life in order. Sweet!
Here’s what they said about us:
Would you spend $3 per month to get your finances under control? The simple PearBudget online budgeting app offers a drag-and-drop interface for organizing all of your expenses and tracking them against your income. You can create custom categories, enter receipts, and review your spending from any computer. PearBudget also lets you print what it calls GoCards, 3-by-5-inch cards that you can toss in your wallet to keep track of how much you have left in your budget for any given expense category. It’s a great way to avoid overspending, with no high-priced gadgets required.
Pretty neat that they saw the GoCards! That’s a hidden gem that hasn’t gotten a ton of press so far.
Thanks, PC World, for that write-up! We’re honored to have made the cut! For those of you interested in seeing their whole list, you can do that here: 16 Productivity-Enhancing Websites