Remember when you completely forgot to ask your friend to return your favorite DVD? It’s time to start using a good system to keep track of the items that you lend or borrow to your friends.
In this article we will cover two simple tracking systems: ReturnMyPants to keep track of your personal inventory and IOWEYou to keep track of money.
Tracking Your Personal Inventory with ReturnMyPants
ReturnMyPants is a dead simple personal inventory tracking system that help you keep track of items that you lend or borrow.
ReturnMyPants uses a simple form to let you record the details of the items you lent or borrowed from your friend.
Your friend will receive a friendly email from ReturnMyPants to let him know that you are tracking his loan.
He can then login to the website to see a list of items that he borrowed from you.
Tracking Your Money with IOWEYou
IOWEYou is a similar service to ReturnMyPants designed to keep track of money that you borrow or lend among your peers.
Note: We advised our readers to use BillMonk to track their expenses earlier today. One of our reader, Richard, pointed out that BillMonk has been pretty much abandoned so we decided to introduce IOWEYou.com instead.
We need to start a group before we can log any expenses.
IOWEYou will present a simple group editing form to list the people that you are sharing the expenses with.
Let’s say you paid $75 for sushi dinner yesterday…
You can keep a record in IOWEYou that you paid for the bill and split the bill among your friends.
Your friend can see how much they owe you in their IOWEYou account.
You may also checkout IOWEYou help page to have a better understanding how the service works.
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