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I am looking for a good financial app for my MacBook Pro. I used Manage your Money for years and loved it but they stopped updating when MS came out with Money so I started using MS Money but now want a Mac app. What is most robust and easy to use.
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I use Quickbooks... there is a Mac version now.
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Personal or business finances? Quickbooks is overkill for personal use, but there are other alternatives.

Couple of others to look at are Accountedge and MoneyWorks. MoneyWorks has 4 different levels based on your needs.

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I use Quickbooks... there is a Mac version now.
I am treasurer of an organization and use Quickbooks and don’t care for it. I liked Manage your money best but it hasn’t been updated since 1995. I kept running it until Windows XP and it would crash every once in a while - to risky. I then tried Quicken and quickly went to MS Money.

Thanks for the info.
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Personal or business finances? Quickbooks is overkill for personal use, but there are other alternatives.

Couple of others to look at are Accountedge and MoneyWorks. MoneyWorks has 4 different levels based on your needs.
Good to know, I will check them out. Thanks!
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Have a look at iBank as well.

iBank 5 | IGG Software, Inc. | Mac personal finance software, money management and small business applications for OS X
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