|By PR Newswire||
|August 8, 2014 06:18 AM EDT||
PRINCETON, N.J., Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Personal financial planning will always be a story with new chapters as it was from the beginning when we first tracked our finances with pen and paper, then with spreadsheets, followed by today's PC and web-based software. And now as the chapter closes on desktop software, a new chapter is beginning with mobile platform applications. Like a new chapter, Sawhney Systems, a developer of PC based tax and financial planning software for 30 years, understood that the approach to personal financial planning had to start with a clean sheet of paper and travel in a new direction. PlanMode captures the essence of the mobile experience with an easy to use and understand calculator format, while harnessing the computing power of today's new generation of smartphones and tablets. This design approach makes it easy for someone looking to evaluate a basic personal financial concern, while for those who want more real world in-depth answers for retirement, investment, life insurance or disability, simply need only to go beyond the "top layer" entries to create a more detailed analysis.
The core pillar in building PlanMode was to first understand that personal financial planning is a universal objective for all. "We see global demand for personal financial applications on affordable mobile platforms, simply exploding over the coming years. This demanded that we developed an app that included both US taxes, as well as allow the user the ability to build their own tax table for any country in the world," explains Jai Sawhney, CEO Sawhney Systems.
There is an astonishing level of user options, both for data entry and reporting unseen yet in the mobile app world. However what really stands out is not what PlanMode can do to help individuals in their quest to gain control of their personal finances, but how effortless and affordable this application is to use.
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SOURCE Sawhney Systems
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