Firstly, I do like the irony of selling an App that is supposed to help out people who are in debt. It would have tickled me if they had advertised it as no-money down, just a simple monthly subscription locked in for a year with a massive penalty for missing a payment. Alas, however it is just a one off payment for this app.
It is based on a homework problem, for which you enter your details. Amount of money expected, and the amount you made incidentally (e.g. selling your cd player), as well as figures such as debt amount, current outgoings and the amount you would like to pay off. Using this info it allows you to make a repayment plan and a monthly (or weekly) financial plan.
As far as a tutorial goes, the Accounting Bad Debts walks you through each aspect as you go along. Simply follow the onscreen instructions and enter your details in the white boxes provided. The boxes that are checked or un-checked are differentiated through them being a light color or a dark color. Each project you create so as to make a financial plan (either in part or in whole) is called a problem. If you would like to create a new problem project (like a homework problem) then there is a button at the top right corner of the of Accounting Bad Debts called “+New Problem”. If you get stuck on a page, then you can go “back” using the button in the top left hand corner of the screen.
Get Accounting Bad Debts on the Mac App Store: