Welcome to MoneyTracker, the personal finance application.

What is it?

MoneyTracker allows you to track your expenses and figure out what part of your money goes where. It does that by allowing you to create multiple virtual accounts which can be used to group related transactions, tag transactions and create charts to visualize your income and expenditures. Go In or register if you don't have an account.

Why another one?

I had a need to track my expenses 14 years ago and none of the existing services supported Lebanese banks nor did they support the mix of payment types where we use both cards and cash in multiple currencies. So I started manually tracking my expenses in a text file that then morphed into a spreadsheet that then morphed into a desktop application that morphed into this service.

Many iterations later, MoneyTracker has morphed into a service that consumes bank statement CSV exports from a couple of Australian banks but still supports a bunch of manual data entry methods due to its legacy. Only ING and CBA banks are supported right now but more will be added based on demand.

Can I try it first?

If you'd like to check out the service before committing to a registration, you can login in with a demo account using the following information:

How much does it cost?

For the moment, this service is free to use.

Multiple Accounts

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Create multiple accounts to separate payments.

Tagging Transactions

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Tag transactions with multiple keywords to group them. Tagging transactions will help you later in listing specific categories of transactions or chart them.

Recurring Transactions

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Add daily, weekly, monthly or yearly recurring transactions to apply to an account you choose.

Transaction Charting

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Daily, weekly and monthly charts show you beautiful visualizations of your transactions. You can also filter the list of transactions via time period and/or tag.