APPLICATIONSBUREAUTIQUE ★ HOME ACCOUNTS (c) GEMINI ★

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Gemini's Home Accounts package consists of two programs, sensibly labelled HA1 and HA2. HA1 is used to set up your accounts, and to display or print out balance sheets and other summaries. You start by entering the date in the form DD/MM/YY (although the manual advises DD followed by the first three letters of the month). and the account name. Once into the program, the main menu offers eight options. These don't include exit, so to leave the program its down to a hard reset - don't forget to save your data beforehand. The options are:

1 Budget or account summary
2 Complete summary
3 Amend minimum balance
4 Amend, Add or Delete allocations
5 Amend budgeted amounts
6 Histograms
7 New account
8 Save data
Home Accounts allows you to enter budget estimates in a number of different allocation categories. You can later assess how you've done in meeting your predictions. Eight allocation headings arc provided in a sample data file. but you can create up to 20 of your own instead. You can change the heading for an allocation, but only ifno money has been allocated to it. The sample print-outs from the program show the supplied allocation headings, plus one important ommissien.

Once you've set up the allocation headings, you'll need to load HA2Xo enter your day to day transactions Each sum of money coming into your bank account or going out to pay for goods or services is labelled with a date, transaction number, description and amount. You enter each transaction individually, but can then display them by period or allocation heading. You can also display the budgeted and actual amounts to compare the two.

Another nice feature of the Gemini program is its built-in early warning of bank charges. With banks dithering around, not knowing whether to charge for accounts or no:, it's useful to be able to predict months where you're likely to get clobbered. Home Accounts allows you to set the threshold for bank charges and will then report in budget and account summaries if you're likely to be charged.

Once you've set up the allocation headings, you'll need to load HA2Xo enter your day to day transactions Each sum of money coming into your bank account or going out to pay for goods or services is labelled with a date, transaction number, description and amount. You enter each transaction individually, but can then display them by period or allocation heading. You can also display the budgeted and actual amounts to compare the two.

Another nice feature of the Gemini program is its built-in early warning of bank charges. With banks dithering around, not knowing whether to charge for accounts or no:, it's useful to be able to predict months where you're likely to get clobbered. Home Accounts allows you to set the threshold for bank charges and will then report in budget and account summaries if you're likely to be charged.

The program normally works in mode 1 40 column - so anybody using a colour monitor should be able to read what s going on. An option for an 80 column print-out is provided for most of the tables the program can produce, or you can direct the output to a mode 2 80 column screen instead. If you believe a picture is worth ci thousand words, then a bar chart should be good for a for a few hundred digits. The Gemini package can produce these on command showing positive and negative-going bars, but there s no facility to print them out.

Its hard to fault a package which does what i: sets out to do in a professional way. It would be nice though, to have an exit option from :he main menu which would automatically save your data, and :o have the <ESC> key disabled against accidental resets

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★ PUBLISHER: GEMINI
★ YEAR: 1985
★ CONFIG: 64K + AMSDOS
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