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You have basically two options:

1. Since all Macs can run Windows programs using a virtualizer, you have the option of running Quicken from Windows using that.

2. You can use one of the third-party programs like iBank or MoneyDance (and there are others as well). Most of them should be able to read your Quicken exported files, but all of them work very differently from the way Quicken works, so you have to get used to that.

Or you can use the updated 2007 version -- I'm told that for basic use it's perfectly fine, but I have no first-hand experience with it.
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