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iWork is Apple’s productivity software suite, consisting of Pages (a word processor), Keynote (presentation software), and now Numbers (a spreadsheet app). These applications are phenomenally designed (in our opinion), easy to learn, and efficient to use. iWork is built around the use of templates – and the templates provided by Apple are great! But we felt there would be a strong demand for more; so we set up this site to allow the community of iWork users to share what they have created.

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Submitted by lstndfnd001 over 3 years ago
very simple money tracking template. can be sized to anyone. income and expense with difference. also a printer friendly first tab that has all information and a bar graph for those who want it.
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Submitted by mswint about 4 years ago
Check next to the payee you want to use, enter the amount you want to pay, then print. Your personal (wallet size) check will be filled in and ready to sign.
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Submitted by mswint over 4 years ago
Simple financial records keeper with sheets for: one bank with checking and savings, two credit cards, cash, medical expenses, loans: 1 mortgage and 2 others, and a monthly bill pay feature. It has a tax categories table that collects income tax info from the above mentioned accounts.
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Submitted by Plkasee over 5 years ago
Easy Mortgage Calculator (Repayment Schedule, Multiple Loans, Extra Payments, Variable Interest Rates);
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Submitted by max almost 7 years ago
This is my personal template for keeping track of my expenses. I know there are automated services and credit cards have online sites, but I manually input my receipts to double check. I'm kinda anal. Anyway, I decided to share it. It sometimes loads slowly because there are 12 sheets, one for every month. If you wish, you can create a new file for each month and delete the rest of the sheets. Feel free to mod it to your own personal situation or leave a comment requesting changes or improvements. Remember to put a minus sign next to debits so that the calculations don't go screwy. -Max