On Jun 2, 2009, at 8:30 AM, Oletros wrote:

> The "Personal" account is my own account and I have my own buckets for
> my personal expenses.
> The "House" account is an account owned by my wife and I and we track
> the expenses we do in common.
> I have a bucket in my Personal document which is House Expenses where
> I transfer the money. Is like to withdraw from the account and put it
> on the Cash only.
> In the House document we have an Income bucket called House income
> where we transfer the money from our personal accounts.
> So, we have under control the buckets but my own expenses are
> independent from the common ones.

Well you certainly can do this with MoneyWell but it makes managing a  
budget a bit more tricky. It's easier to overspend when you have to  
deal with two or three levels of cash flow.


Kevin Hoctor
No Thirst Software LLC

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