Upon program initialization, you can configure currency settings when it comes to the default currency, number of decimal digits, decimal point and thousands separator. Plus, you can set date properties regarding the format and separator.
The interface of the program consists of an intuitive layout where you can create a new account by specifying a name, account group, bank, account number, opening balance, currency, balance limit, annual percentage rate, and comments.
In addition, you can view the bills you need to pay, add, edit or skip a bill or deposit, as well as keep a track of the financial details with the help of a calendar.
AceMoney may also display general, category, payee, budget or investment reports based on the cash flow, last 30 days transactions, expenses by accounts, transactions by criteria, and others. Furthermore, you can view the exchange rates, switch to the portfolio viewing mode, create and organize a favorites list, as well as import and export data.
The program requires a low-to-moderate amount of CPU and system memory, supports keyboard shortcuts, and includes user documentation. We have not come across any problems during our testing; AceMoney did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs. All in all, AceMoney makes up for a very good personal accounting software, thanks to its intuitive layout and rich features.