Divorce creates the need to gather and track lots of financial information.
- Your assets make up one set of financials.
- Your expenses as you go through the divorce make up another. These may include money that you’ve spent on expenses the you should not have paid.
- A final set may be based on the budget you may create.
This means that there’s going to be lots of numbers and papers floating around. How do you keep track of all this necessary paperwork during a time when you have so much other things to deal with?
Well some of you may already be using a spreadsheet to track the numbers. Still, you have to take the time to put everything in.
And then some of you may be scanning receipts and other financial documents to keep them all on one place, but you still have to take the time to enter numbers into your spreadsheet.
Wouldn’t it be great if you all you had to do was scan and then have the data automatically be converted to your Excel spreadsheet?
Well, there is — with a PDF to Excel converter.
Now we just heard about this and haven’t tried it ourselves. But it sounds like a great productivity tool and a good way to keep track of all of the financial data that can play a big role in the divorce process.
It seems as if you can buy these converters or get free ones online.
Have any of you tried this type of product? What tools do you use to keep track of financial data?