Chicago, IL, August 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- TotalSaved.com has announced the launch of their free web-based savings tracking service. The new service allows members to enter their savings from coupons, sales, rebates and track their savings over time. The tracker also generates reports and graphs on the savings over time.
"My wife and I always knew we saved a lot of money by buying things on sale and using coupons, but we never really took the time to add it up, because there was never a good way to do it. When we found out we were pregnant with our daughter, we figured we might as well see what we were saving so we knew what we'd have to save. After looking around for a savings tracker, and not finding one, I decided to write one," said Louis Rigo Jr, the owner and programmer of www.TotalSaved.com.
"It was a challenge to get a new website up and running while helping to take care of a baby, but at least now we have a tool that can track the information we wanted to track. We figure, if we're finding it useful, we might as well let other people use it too," continued Louis.
www.TotalSaved.com has only been online and open to the public for a couple of weeks, but the website has already gathered quite a following. Louis attributes a lot of the success of the website to the fact that the service is completely free to use, and only collects the most basic of information to create an account (namely just an e-mail address, a password to access the account, and your state, for general demographic categorization purposes).
TotalSaved.com was founded in 2011 to fill a need for both extreme coupon-ers and not-so-extreme coupon-ers to track their savings in a secure fashion without having to pay for the ability to do so. The owner is committed to expanding the website with additional features based on his own ideas, and feedback from the community.