Best Budgeting Software?

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by thriii, Jan 27, 2010.

  1. thriii macrumors 6502

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    I'm going to be saving up so I can move and would like to have an idea of where my money is going/how much im saving. Curious if there is any programs I should take a look at? I have tried moneywell so far, its a little confusing so I'm looking for other options
     
  2. KevinHoctor macrumors newbie

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    Happy to help if you need it

    If you're having trouble with MoneyWell, I'm happy to help. You can visit our help center http://moneywell-help.nothirst.com and post a question if you'd like and I'll make sure you get some answers.

    Kevin Hoctor
    No Thirst Software
     
  3. berkut macrumors newbie

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    It depends what you want really. If you want software that actually supports standard "budget" features, i.e. the ability to define set-in-stone limits for different categories every month and show you how you're doing compared to that, then the normal suspects:

    • iBank
    • iCompta
    • Squirrel

    fit the bill. (iCompta is free).

    If you just want to see where your money is going each month, based on say graphs, then you could probably get by with a new app on the scene (although isn't fully featured yet) which I'm really liking called Stash.
     

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