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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Monkaaay, Jun 27, 2006.
I'm looking for a simple program I can use to replace Microsoft Money. Any ideas?
You could try Moneydance or gnucash. Of course there's also Quicken...
If you're looking for a full-featured commercial application with statement downloads, etc., I would suggest Quicken. Quicken 2006 will convert Money 2005 and earlier. If you are using Money 2006, you'll have to wait for Quicken 2007. Historically, Quicken seems to be released every August.
argh - quicken
not sure if y'all know this - but for reasons known only to themselves, quicken for mac is only available in the USA (and, possibly, Canada).
extra-ordinarily frustrating. (tho, granted, this doesnt help your query)
I use Budget from Snowmint. It's a bit of a different concept, so it depends what you're looking for. It's great for keeping a budget, not so great for tracking your investments.