Have you ever wanted to feel confident with your finances? Have you ever wondered how making changes to your lifestyle would affect your livelihood over time? These were the things I wanted to know over two years ago. I didn’t care about all the fancy accounting terms associated with personal finances. I just wanted to know things like (for example) whether my family’s spending habits were acceptable or not or whether we could afford to go on a summer vacation or subscribe to a new magazine.
Archive for May 2011
After a three days spent acquiring a new hosting space, migrating some websites from one place to another, and working out some kinks, Cash Tracker Online is finally available for public use. Just go to: https://www.cashtrackeronline.com and click the ‘Register Now’ button to get started.
Lately my lovely wife has been asking me to help her in the task of turning her blog (a WordPress installation like this one that I maintain for her) into a book. It’s a pretty daunting task, since her blog would easily surpass 1,000 pages if printed. After a few days of trying out different services and trying a variety of search terms, I just couldn’t find a good match for her blog.
The last 8 months have been pretty busy for me. I had the usual business of year-end (perks of running a tax-related product team) and then some. My energetic 2-year-old daughter is almost enough to keep me from posting at all, but I’m here now to announce (mostly to myself) that I’m back in the hunt. I have scheduled the last steps to launching www.cashtrackeronline.com and hope to do so in the next month (pending a hosting upgrade among other things).