The company ClearCheckbook is the brainchild of web-savvy student Brandon O'Brien who designed an application to help him manage his finances and balance his checkbook.
Online PR News – 15-May-2011 – – The company ClearCheckbook is the brainchild of web-savvy student Brandon O'Brien who designed an application to help him manage his finances and balance his checkbook. The website checkclearbook.com offers a convenient way to reconcile the money we think we have with the money we actually have in our checking account. The website was so effective that Brandon decided to develop it further and make it work online and with real-time MS Excel functions; thus was born the intelligent and innovative ‘budget calculator’ money management application ClearCheckbook.com has been online for more than five years now and has undergone three major upgrades as part of the improvement process. The application was an instant hit with the public clamoring to use the checkbook balancing tool to make their financial lives earlier.
To make it as easy as possible for people to use this tool, Brandon decided to offer this application as a free download from his website. The user-friendly design of the application features intuitive controls and layouts so that users can easily make the most out of the application’s capabilities. Users will have complete control of their financial situation using this budget calculator, absolutely for free. This built-in budget calculator makes budgeting easy, quick and fun and helps users understand how much their monthly expenditure is across various accounts and spending categories.
This easy-to-use tool requires a simple account identification and category selection process followed by entering an estimated monthly budget figure along with the day the user would like to reset the amount for. Users have the option to let the amount rollover and then everything else will be up to the online tool to work out. The calculator has convenient features such as information that compares the spending limit to actual spending as well as an indicator that changes color to show how close the user is to their spending limit.