I would like a software that allow me to record my expenses and incomes for different accounts. There must be categories of expenses and incomes, as well a sub(-sub(-sub(...)))categories.

I would like to define monthly budgets. It would be appreciated that a budget can concern two accounts (for example : I'll spend 200$ in october for buying groceries, but the money can come either from my current account and from my cash).

A plus would be that I can link my bills (pdf) to the matching transactions.

For now I'm using a self-made excel file, that was pretty hard to set up. I'm satisfied of what I done, but it's clearly not enough for me and I'm looking for more.

The software can be web-based or a windows heavy client (can also be an app for Windows 8/10). But it must also be mobile friendly (either an (Android) app or a mobile-adapted website).

Do you have any ideas?

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    Software recommendations are probably out of scope here, but the general class you're looking for is known as "personal finance" programs. – keshlam Sep 14 '15 at 19:08
  • On what operating system? Or do you want something online? – Gilles Sep 14 '15 at 19:57
  • Hello Gilles. Thank you for your answer. I've just edited my post in order to answer your questions. – François Dupire Sep 15 '15 at 6:08
  • If you're looking for an Android app, please check with my corresponding lists. For budgeting only, Financisto might be a great solution: feature-rich and open source. If you need the app to access your bank accounts, that's another thing: here I cannot say a word as those apps are often country- or even bank specific. – Izzy Sep 15 '15 at 8:30
  • I do not need to connect with my bank accounts. It's sure it would be extra, but I don't think this is possible at the moment in my country (Belgium). I'll check Financisto but it seems a bit old and a better-looking app would be nice (though if that app offers better features I'll use it). – François Dupire Sep 15 '15 at 8:34

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