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When I was a student, like most students, I used to share a house with 4 others. We had lots of bills, each in a different person's name. It would have been good if there was a good web app for tracking who paid what and who owed whom what.

Does anyone know of such a webapp?

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I have used BillMonk for this in the past and found it very useful.

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I have used Billmonk for the last few years, but lately it has become so unstable I would recommend looking for an alternative. In its better years it was truly awesome, but now it's not worth the time. The closest alternative I could find was SplitMyBill. – mbillard Sep 22 '10 at 11:54

We use Scred for all our shared expense/debt tracking.

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SplitMyBill.ie is another alternative. It has limited functionality but it covers the basics well.

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BillQ is another good service that has a free account.

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WePay.com does group payment

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While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. – OnenOnlyWalter Aug 13 '13 at 17:12

My website WeLoveBills.com does exactly what you want. It gives students a space to organise their house bills so that each user will always be able to see who has and who hasn't paid each bill.Please check it out. :)



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In 2006 I wrote Billster to solve this exact problem. I'm trying to justify spending some more time upgrading the system, but it's still stable and free.

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I haven't used the webapps mentioned by others. I recommend shortreckonings.com : good UX , unlimited users.

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