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I'm looking for a simple financial web application in which I can track loans and cash flows.

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Try Indenero -- it is made to easily manage your cashflow

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I was looking for something like Indinero thanks! –  jpemberthy Jul 12 '10 at 18:30
    
No problem, glad I can help! –  Jeff Epstein Jul 12 '10 at 18:47
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Have you tried Mint.com? They were recently acquired by Intuit, the makers of Quicken.

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Mint.com is for US only isn't it? The OP's listed location is outside the US. –  Rebecca Chernoff Jul 12 '10 at 15:20
    
Yes it is US-centric. You won't be able to use all of its features, sure, but it's not useless for people outside US. I'm in Brazil and I use it :) At least until a more international friendly option appears. –  Decio Lira Jul 12 '10 at 15:47
    
Ok I'll try Mint.com since I have an American bank account to link with. Maybe the investments section could help. But I'm looking for something simpler. –  jpemberthy Jul 12 '10 at 16:21
    
It had some annoying UI bugs that prevented me from using it. Eg deciding that my line of credit was a checking account, and there is no way to change the type of account once it has decided on something. –  davr Jul 12 '10 at 22:00
    
Mint has good budget tools but does it actually have cash-flow specific tools? I would like this feature too, but don't see anything beyond the normal budgeting stuff. –  Sam Mar 7 '11 at 2:11
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Mint.com is definitely what I'd recommend for US users. There are several related questions about Mint.com alternatives for those outside the US that may be of interest to you.

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Pulse is free (with limited access), super easy to set up, and pretty flexible with how you can categorize income / expense items.

It doesn't try to hook into your financial data like inDinero, it just lets you throw recurring or non-recurring (dated) transactions into categorized lists and look at the cash flow.

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