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    Default Personal Finance Software for IMac?

    What are you using and do you like it?

    This is my next step away from my PC. Been using MS Money for 10 years.

    I have done some reseach online and the only thing I really came up with is that it all sucks. Just looking for some feedback.
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    I think Turbo Tax has a good program and is a one click app for taxes. I don't use it but I know a few who do.

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    here is a link to 10 different personal finance software packages that might interest you http://http://financialsoft.about.co...re-Choices.htm

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    Thank you. I was hoping for a more "hands on" opinion.
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    Take your Mac, and trade it for a PC with infinite options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salami View Post
    Take your Mac, and trade it for a PC with infinite options.
    and infinite problems
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    Quote Originally Posted by salami View Post
    Take your Mac, and trade it for a PC with infinite options.
    That's great and all but Microsoft is discontinuing MS Money software, so I'd be in the same boat regardless of operating system. They all suck for PC too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRice View Post
    Thank you. I was hoping for a more "hands on" opinion.
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    Try this software Browse Gnucash Files on SourceForge.net Gnucash. scroll down to 2.2.9
    expand the triangle and download the Mac version "Gnucash-2.2.9.1.dmg" install and enjoy.
    This is free open source software that is free and comes with a tutorial which explains everything about this software I have used it a couple of times and it is similar to Quicken. If you used quicken on your PC you can import the quicken files to this program. I can't really get to much into it or any other personal finance software because I really don't use them much, but this software has a built in tutorial on using the software.

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    I just realized that you were using Microsoft Money. But Gnucash can also be a replacement for Money as well. I am not familiar with the MS Money file formats and I am not sure how many other programs will allow you to import MS Money files. I am sure there are but I am not aware of them.

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