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i was thinking i'd get another quicken but for mac but are there any others that you might prefer?

i'd like to have it give me alerts and i can check my accounts from it and make payments from it. those things would be great.

any ideas?
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I use Quicken Mac 2007. It is "ok", however, if I hadn't just dropped $$ on it I would lean more toward iBank. I am, however, looking forward to the new Quicken Intuit is working on now. It looks much more like a Mac ap and seems much less confusing. Hope this helps.

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Some reviews and feedback on various Mac personal finance software can be found HERE.

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