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I use YNAB. YNAB definitely does what you want and does it well.

It will show you a column with your budgeted amount for the month, then one for the outflow and how much you have left.

So, for example, you might have a carryover in a category of $200 (for example, hh maintenance which is variable) and then you add say $50 this month to the budget and spent $75. So column 1 is $50, column 2 is $75 and column 3 would be $175 (what you have left to spend in the category).

With YNAB you budget on a monthly basis. (You can plan out longer). Anyway, you definitely can see at any point based upon your budgeting and spending exactly how much cash you will have left at the end of the month.

YNAB has a free trial I believe and there is a very active users forum which I recommend as well.
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