Don't have a lot of money? Then you'll probably want to know where it's all going. Tiny Budget can help!
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This month has items with these categories:
Client application uses Knockout, Twitter Bootstrap, and Highcharts.
Server is NodeJS storing user data on MongoDB
Deployed using Heroku.
Tiny Budget helps you keep track of your personal expenses through categorizing. To start, you need to set up your categories. Once that's done you can start inputing your items.
Tiny budget is built on a simple API that uses URI paths and queries to interact with the server (full API doc here). After logging in and getting a temporary session variable, the app calls for getInit which returns the last 3 months of items and categories in JSON. The app adds each item to userItems and each category to userCategires, both Knockout observable arrays. A few functions subscribe to changes in userItems and filter the array down to the current month in view, then into individial categories.
These settings are disabled in the demo
A CSV file containing comma-separated values can usually be obtained through your online bank account. This file contains a plain text version of your bank statement including debits and credits to your account, dates of those transactions, and a description of the transaction. Uploading a CSV file will make using TinyBudget much easier as you don't have to manually add items. You still will have to categorize the items that TinyBudget is able to get from the CSV file.
A CSV file may also contain information such as account numbers which TinyBudget will ignore. Still, you can edit a CSV with Notepad or TextEdit file before uploading it to TinyBudget to remove this type of information.
Note: TinyBudget does not upload CSVs to a server for processing or storage; processing happens inside the web browser and the file is not stored anywhere. The process essentially fills out the form you would otherwise be filling out manually, only much, much faster.
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Per item, your most costly category is , at $ per item.
Most items are in the category at $ per item
For the month of , on average, your life costs $ per day and you make $ per day so your daily net worth change is $
Here's a graph thats shows how that's changed over time:
And here's a table to play with