I'm looking for a personal finance application. I found a thread on replacements for Quicken and I've also come across brief reviews for finance applications, but I find them to be a bit confusing. I have not used Quicken or other finance software before, so I'm not sure what features are standard. The biggest feature that I need is automatic synchronization with my bank (for deposits and expenditures). If I have to enter that sort of data manually then I feel that I might as well just keep a spreadsheet. I've seen some programs claim that they can import monthly bank statements, but I'd prefer it if this happened automatically and if it could be updated more frequently than monthly. For what it's worth, my bank supports Quicken access. Being able to group expenditures by category and graphically represent them, as well as managing some accounts manually, are features that I'd also like. Those seem to be supported by nearly every program I've looked at, though. Something like Dropbox syncing might be nice (so that my wife and I can both work on the same file), but I don't care about iOS partner applications. Does anyone have any suggestions or thoughts? As long as it does what I need and works well then I don't mind paying for a pricier application, although cheaper applications with the same functionality are always welcomed! Thanks in advance for any advice you can give - I appreciate it.