CalendarBudget is now LOW COST!!... but we need your help

CalendarBudget has moved to a monthly cost of $3.99 USD/month.
Many of you have asked why so inexpensive? We'd love to share our plans with you!

Since the beginning we've wanted CalendarBudget to be available to as many people as possible. We know that people have been spoiled by free tools on the Internet and any fee-based service - as awesome as it may be - will be overlooked by many people. We were free for a long time (2013-2017), but that model did not allow us to provide our best for you.

As you know, we are passionate about helping people with their personal finances and want to make CalendarBudget available to as wide an audience as possible while still honoring our committed users with updates and support as needed... and going to a low cost model was the best way to do that. So, in the interest of keeping CalendarBudget up to date, along with adding the ability to work on a mobile app, and to provide the support our users deserve, we've moved to a low-cost model.

This is where we need your help! We've kept the costs low - just enough to provide support and further development of a mobile app and to keep the tool up to date - but not enough for any kind of marketing. We need your help spreading the word about CalendarBudget. Whether it's telling your friends and family, talking about it in your social media/blog, or simply voting CalendarBudget up on some review sites... all of that will make a HUGE difference. We'd be honored if you'd endorse CalendarBudget with a personal recommendation.

Also, would you spend a few minutes and "Like" CalendarBudget at G2Crowd? Your honest review will help others find CalendarBudget and be blessed by it!

We consciously don't run any ads on the site and we don't recommend any products with annoying emails. The last thing you need when you're budgeting is us trying to sell you something else you don't need :).

This move makes CalendarBudget better and stronger than ever and we plan to continue improving it and delivering it to a wider audience. We thank you in advance for your help in making that happen!

Sincerely,
The CalendarBudget Team

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MS Money Long Dead, But Still Searched For

MS Money Long Dead, But Still Searched For

Microsoft Money Discontinued But Still Popular

Microsoft discontinued development of MS Money in 2009. Despite the product being discontinued, and the free "Sunset" version being crippled, About.com reports that "MS Money" is still the most searched for term in their Personal Finance forums.

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Migrating from Adaptu

Migrating from Adaptu

It's always sad to see a company close its doors.

We know Adaptu users have put a ton of effort into setting up their budget and money plans and don't want that to go to waste by having to start over again... so, we at CalendarBudget spent the day writing a special import script for Adaptu data export files.

See the article here on About.com to learn how to export your Adaptu data. Once you have your export file, go to CalendarBudget, sign up for your free account, then import your file when the Account Setup Wizard opens.

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Secrets To Keeping Your Spending In Check - Secret #3: Use a Budget!

Secrets To Keeping Your Spending In Check - Secret #3: Use a Budget!

One of the reasons we overspend is because we don't set reasonable limits on spending. Most of us just keep spending and find there is more month than money. A budget can save you from this problem.

First of all, "budget" is not a swear word, and we should not cower when we hear it. Get comfortable with it and your budget will be one of your greatest friends!

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Secrets To Keeping Your Spending In Check - Secret #2: Don't Use Cash

Secrets To Keeping Your Spending In Check - Secret #2: Don't Use Cash

Remember when you were a kid spending your allowance at the candy store? There's just something about having a pocket full of cash, isn't there? It just wasn't right if you left the store with any money. ALL of it had to be spent - after all, you worked hard for that money, why not treat yourself to the max!

However, with cash, there is no automated record of what it was spent on and thus less accountability. That's why I use a debt card whenever I can. Using a debit card allows the following conveniences:

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