Personal finance app

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by abe75, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. abe75 macrumors newbie

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    I am looking for a personal finance /checkbook program that does reports
    and prints checks...that acts as a checkbook.

    I am currently using MacMoney, but it has to be used on Classic,
    and it is no longer supported. The only program I have found
    is Moneydance.

    Any other suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Abe
     
  2. demingy macrumors newbie

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    FYI, the top link is to another post just like this one where someone is asking for a personal finance app and the only answer is a list of links. Just wanted to let you know to skip that one if you haven't already gone through them.
     
  3. mug3n macrumors newbie

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    ifinance, jumsoft money, and moneywell... I'm sure there are plenty more but those are the ones I've tried. personally I like the interface of ifinance
     
  4. abe75 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    ifinance, jumsoft money, and moneywell
    I believe these are for Mac 10.5
    I need something for 10.4
     
  5. ValL macrumors newbie

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    What about Quicken 2007 for Mac? Intuit came out with a more recent Mac program - Essentials for Mac ... but it doesn't have as many features found in Quicken 2007 for Mac.
     
  6. BarbaraNP macrumors newbie

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    Quicken Essentials is a mess

    I am the lady who posted earlier today. Used Quicken Essentials- was fine but a) Intuit seems to be having difficulty in several products connecting to Chase Bank- naturally one of the biggest :( b) their latest enhancement to Essentials also has cost me my connection to my bank

    I need something reliable so I can download transactions.
    Tried Liquid Ledger when it was new and I did not like.
    Does anyone know iBank?
     
  7. Gadgetech macrumors newbie

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    I don't know about check printing capability but mint.com is referenced as a free solution on quicken's website. It has decent reporting.

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