Budget Application

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by nenlow77, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. nenlow77 macrumors newbie

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    I am looking for some kind of Macbook app for Leopard that will help me budget. I have already heard of iBank and Cha-Ching and quicken and was wondering if there is anything else out there. I am specifically looking for something simple where I can budget my everyday expenses. I want to have a certain amount I can spend per topic like lets say $200 per month on food and $500 for bills and $200 for gas etc. and then put in daily items I have spent like $5 on food $10 on gas and see how much per category I have left throughout the month so I do not over spend on certain budgeted items. If anyone know of anything like this it would be much appreciated.
     
  2. mongrol macrumors regular

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    Budget and Moneywell are the only useful "budgeting" programs on the Mac. Everything else is a personal finance program with a passing nod to budgeting and they track what you've spent after you've spent it. This is pointless. Budget and Moneywell help you plan what you should spend before you've spent it which is the right way round.
     
  3. dtellam macrumors newbie

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    Budget Application for Mac Users

    OurCashFlow is an excellent tool for this. Right now we are primarily selling this product to banks to offer on their sites. However, we welcome users who would like to give it a try and provide us feedback. We are considering offering this as a consumer site as well, so please feel free to e-mail support@ourcashflow.com to receive a trial user code.
     

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