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Free Accounting Software?


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Hi,

I'm a recent Mac convert (well, kind of -- but I'm now using my new iBook as my primary computer) and am looking for some accounting software to keep track of my personal finances. I'm looking along the lines of Quicken, which I used to use back in the day, or gnucash, that I used on Linux.

Anyone got a free accounting program they like?

Thanks!
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Your iBook (if it was bought recently) should have some form Quicken/QuickBooks on it. It should be buried in a folder in the Applications directory.
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You can look at Version Tracker or Mac Update. I use Quicken and QuickBooks, which are not free as you know. I looked at MYOB, but there was not an OS X version.

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Your iBook (if it was bought recently) should have some form Quicken/QuickBooks on it. It should be buried in a folder in the Applications directory.
Ha, silly me -- so it does! Thanks! :-)
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