I'm looking for a simple financial web application in which I can track loans and cash flows.
Try Indenero -- it is made to easily manage your cashflow
I was looking for something like Indinero thanks! Jul 12, 2010 at 18:30
No problem, glad I can help! Jul 12, 2010 at 18:47
Have you tried Mint.com? They were recently acquired by Intuit, the makers of Quicken.
Mint.com is for US only isn't it? The OP's listed location is outside the US. Jul 12, 2010 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. Jul 12, 2010 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. Jul 12, 2010 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.– davrJul 12, 2010 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.– SamMar 7, 2011 at 2:11
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.
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.