Is there a way to view and/or print ALL budget categories that have a rollover amount for a given month (> $0.00 or < $0.00)? I need some easy way to see ALL rollover $.

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I have been selling a program called MintToReport which has not only an Income and Expense report (Profit and Loss) but many other reports and features. Version 3 was just released with support has three different versions. A Windows 32-bit, 64-bit, and Mac OS version. While true budgeting and budget reports are a feature that is coming, the current reports are easy to break down your expenses and all printable.

There is no security risk since you never use our software to log into your account. You export your Mint transactions and import them into MintToReport. 

Just visit our site for more information - Home Page - http://minttoreport.com. You can even download a free trial version to see if it will work for you.


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