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    Finance Software
    I'm looking for a good free finance software for the mac. I've used Mint online, but i'm looking for something that I will have saved on my personal hard drive. iFinance looked pretty keen, but it's not quite free. Any suggestions?

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    check this site out. the link will take you to page 2. there is a program called cashbox. i have heard other people here use it.

    Open Source Mac - Free, Open-Source software for OS X

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    Cash box is no longer under development... will that effect anything?

    It is also only a trial version... would it be worth just getting the trial of Koku instead?

    EDIT - Koku is 10.6+ only.

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    Thanks for the idea, but it does look like it costs now

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    What exactly are you trying 2 do with the software? I created a spreadsheet in excel that tracks all of my expenses and deducts everything and even gives me a total if I have a remaining balance on the bill. Only thing I enter is my paycheck total, I have a lot of recurring bills with the same balance so I have them programed in. Even have a place for money that i have spent on food, gas, and misc. expenses. And it does all the deductions and tells me how much money I should have left. Not sure if you are any good with excel but I was looking for something 2 track expenses then figured I would create my own worksheet since I am pretty handy with excel.

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    You can check out GnuCash. It's available for Linux, Mac and Windows and is free. Good for personal and small-business financial accounting.

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    Im waiting on iBearMoney to finish their desktop client.

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