Looks intriguing. You have certainly put a lot of thought and effort into making those images / mockups. Nice work.
I don't really understand how it would all work though. I put in a budget.... and then what exactly?
In cooking, you can take a cup of flour, a tablespoon of butter, etc. of what you got. From the ingredients you have, there is a certain amount of cake you can produce.
In my proposal, we have a thing called a "Balancome statement"
.Left column: Income
as SPS (Satoshis per second)Right column: Expenses+Savings
as Parts per total
In the right column of the above example, we have the following entry:
"300 parts to Mortgage (92% Good)"
"300 parts" = The amount of parts of the total incoming to be paid toward the mortgage
"Mortgage" = The label set by the user in the user's Chart of Accounts
"(92% Good)" = A measure of how much of the obligation toward the mortgage is being satisfied
"17X1ygqtjL5XBApKRC384tiYFkTfVKZArA" = The account name of the creditor to whom the mortgage is being paid
On the bottom we have a button called "Turn on Auto Balance" which will recalculate the parts allocation to each account, to reduce possible delinquency risk. Priority to each account can be set in the user's Chart of Accounts. Below the "Turn on Auto Balance" button we have an "Edit Portioning" button, which allows manual adjustment of parts share going towards each obligation.
Below is the picture of the concept navigation menu, which includes a link to "Edit Chart of Accounts". There is also a sub-menu consisting of multiple log off options including:
- Leave website
- Log into a different account
- Create a new individual account
- Create a new group account