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Old May 12, 2013, 11:11 PM   #1
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Application like Quickbooks but for personal financing?

I'd like to find a application that allows us to enter bills, accounts, banks, pay bills, reconcile bank and track spending?

I've looked at Quicken for Mac but I did not read anywhere that you could pay bills with it though.

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Old May 12, 2013, 11:27 PM   #2
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Moneybank.

iBank.

I use iBank, have never used the app to pay bills, but understand it can be done.
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Old Aug 14, 2013, 03:49 PM   #3
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Moneybank.

iBank.

I use iBank, have never used the app to pay bills, but understand it can be done.
Did you settle on one or the other... or something else? I use and enjoy Moneydance ever since giving up Microsoft Money.
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Did you settle on one or the other... or something else? I use and enjoy Moneydance ever since giving up Microsoft Money.
We ended up using iBank. My wife does our finances and she preferred it.
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We ended up using iBank. My wife does our finances and she preferred it.
Very cool. I've considered checking iBank out again, as I see they are still very active in improving and fixing it.
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Very cool. I've considered checking iBank out again, as I see they are still very active in improving and fixing it.
My wife, who is not an accountant in any way, found the program easy to use. We use it for our finances and investments we have. If you go directly to their site, you can try it for 30 days free.
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