Online money management software that can be used internationally

There are so many great money management apps that offer everything from basic to more advanced tools intended to help us handle just about every aspect of our financial life. It would seem that finding a tool that more or less meets one's specific needs and requirements should be a piece of cake. This is exactly what I was thinking when I decided to search for a robust personal finance software that would work internationally, that is it would allow me to track income/expenses in currencies other than USD. Imagine my surprise when after several days of scouring the web I finally understood that finding an online personal finance tool with international support was going to be quite a challenge.

It's a pity that popular sites like Mint or Mvelopes are heavily focused on US and/or Canada markets, with no support for multicurrency transactions or international banks. It took me a while to find several online money management apps that work globally and offer a decent set of tools for expense tracking and budgeting. The good news – they are free. I waved aside any desktop programs with international support, since I was interested in web-based options only.

1. ClearCheckbook



  • fully customizable account dashboard
  • works like a checkbook register
  • supports multiple currencies: allows to set one global currency for each account
  • a comprehensive range of line, bar, pie and text based reports
  • schedule recurring transactions with email reminders and project future balances
  • bill tracking with reminders and linked recurring transactions
  • budget planning tools
  • manage debts and set financial goals
  • free mobile apps for iOS, Android and WebOS powered devices
  • import/export transactions from/to QIF, OFX, QFX or CSV files
  • mobile optimized site version
  • some features are available only to premium membership users (running balances, mass editing, projecting future balances, transactions history, import, multi-user access, etc)

2. InEx Finance



  • supports multi-currency transactions within accounts with currency exchange rates daily updated
  • multi-user access, capability to sign up/sign in via external authentication
  • budget planning with budget rollover, automatic budget generation and budget overshoot alerts
  • organize revenues and spending by multi-level categories and custom tags
  • import transactions from CSV, OFX, QIF, MT940/SWIFT, email and export to CSV/Excel
  • manage debts or money lent and set savings goals
  • events calendar to schedule recurring transactions with email reminders and Google Calendar sync
  • fully customizable graphs and table reports with stats, trends, forecasts, comparisons
  • full account backup and recovery
  • track location-based transactions in Google Maps for mobile logged entries
  • free mobile app for Android powered devices
  • mobile optimized site version
  • no premium membership: all features are available for free

3. BudgetPulse



  • allows to set one global currency as default currency for the profile
  • easy to use and easy to understand account dashboard
  • split large transactions into several categories
  • import transactions from QIF, QFX, OFX, CSV and export to PDF
  • create an automatic schedule for income and expense transactions
  • advanced search functionality
  • track assets and liabilities, calculate overall net worth
  • set and track savings goals, collect payments from Amazon and/or Paypal to fulfill goals
  • comprehensive bar and pie charts to track budgets, monitor spending, analyze cash flow, view net worth
  • no premium membership: all features are available for free
  • no mobile apps or mobile site version

So do you know of any other online personal finance tools with international support that are worth mentioning?