moderated Re: Financial tracking software that is relatively cheap and accessible! quicken sure was not.
I'm with Mario regarding Money Talks and how accessible it is. I'm not sure you can connect directly your bank online with it but if your bank allows you to download transactions in the proper format, Money Talks can import them. I do this with my credit card company every month. APH has been updating its website so try the following link to read about Money Talks:toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Also, APH has a very helpful Money Talks user manual in html format which you can access here:
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Mario
Sent: Saturday, May 02, 2020 11:19 AM
Subject: Re: Financial tracking software that is relatively cheap and accessible! quicken sure was not.
Jenni, here's the solution that might be what you're looking for:
Money Talks is a completely accessible bank account management software package developed by American Printing House (APH). This software package offers the user a simple and effective means of recording and maintaining accurate information for a variety of accounts. The user can import and use electronic banking information to reconcile accounts, remember the last workspace used in the program, emboss or print the check register in a variety of formats, and print many types of bank checks. Can be used with a screen reader or with its own self-voicing feature.
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From: Jenni Kent [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Date: Saturday, May 2, 2020, 12:00 PM
Subject: Financial tracking software that is relatively cheap and accessible! quicken sure was not.
Where do I get that and how much does it cost. I am on an extreme budget.
And was hoping for fifty and under. I will and grab those scripts
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of John Covici
Sent: Saturday, May 2, 2020 10:56 AM
Subject: Re: Financial tracking software that is relatively cheap and
accessible! quicken sure was not.
Quickbooks can do what you want, although you do need scripts from
myblindspot.com and its not perfect, even then, but it should work, and
although I have not used it, the online version is supposed to be more
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Hi, I want software for money management where a I can connect to my
online banking b its not a hundred bucks a year forty is nice c it
actually works with jaws and doesn't have outdated scripts from 2003.
My story begins yesterday when I looked for excel templates those just
weren't for me. I am not good with excel I just don't know how to
operate it with jaws. I will be honest.
So I got a tip on an offer for quicken. I grab it for thirty percent
off on quicken deluxe. Forty bucks later I discover that the program
is less than forth coming in the accessibility department and that's
with nvda and jaws
2020 this morning I requested a reason for this and they asked me what
a screen reader was. I almost cried but then explained. They said
there was nothing they could do and would I like a refund. I said yes.
Because I am sorry that is so not cool. So I beg of you do yall know
of anything that will do what I seek let me get stuff from my bank
automatically and track when bills are due and the like oh and quicken
wouldn't even open a qfx file which it apparently used to open yeah I am
not happy right now.
Please help me I suck at keeping this budget in my head.
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Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
you spend it?
John Covici wb2una