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Could someone suggest financial software for the mac. I have quickbooks for my pc, but Canada does not have a quickbooks version for the mac. Looking for new mac friendly financial software (Canada)
I don't want to turn any part of my imac into a pc.
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What OS version are you running ?

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Could someone suggest financial software for the mac. I have quickbooks for my pc, but Canada does not have a quickbooks version for the mac. Looking for new mac friendly financial software (Canada)
I don't want to turn any part of my imac into a pc. Thank you
Try MoneyDance. It claims it has international support. I assume that to mean it will work for the Canadian Banking System.

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Intuit has just introduced the new "Quicken Essentials for Mac" in the US.

Quicken® Essentials for Mac Personal Finance Software - Mac Financial Software

I do not know much about it except I have it heard that it is much more "Mac Like".

I am not sure about using it here in Canada.

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I use Money on Windows XP via parallel 5... I don't want to invest in another financial software anymore... not worth it...

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What's good about Moneydance is that is runs in Java and is cross platform compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux. Responsive support as well.

That said moving from Money to Moneydance took much time--better to pick a time keep back records and start over, for me.
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You can try Personal Accountz which has multi-platform support:
Personal Accountz | Accountz

Also, you can try iBank for Mac:
iBank | Mac finance software, personal money management and small business application for OS X

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