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    Late 2013 27" iMac, iPad 3, iPhone 6s+, iPhone 6+, 3 iPods, El Capitan
    Can anyone compare Quicken for Mac Essentials with MoneyDance and iBank--quality, ability to import from Quicken for Windows 2003. All I use it for is checkbook records and categorizing for taxes. I don't download/reconcile and don't need budget or investment tracking.
    If your needs are that simple, then Quicken, MoneyDance, and iBank are overkill. I use "CheckBook" by Splasm Software available from the Mac App store: $14.99 for the standard version and $19.99 for the Pro version. It does everything you need in the standard version and imports from Quicken for Windows or Quicken for the Mac.

    Very easy to use and there are trial versions you can try before you buy.

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    CheckBook looks good
    I use "CheckBook" by Splasm Software available from the Mac App store: $14.99 for the standard version and $19.99 for the Pro version. It does everything you need in the standard version and imports from Quicken for Windows or Quicken for the Mac.
    Thanks for the advice. I looked at it and it seems to be what I want. I'll have a couple of other people look at it too.

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    Late 2013 MBP 15" I7 2.3 Ghz 16 GB Ram 500 GB SSD Retina
    Personally I use YNAB "You Need A Budget". It works equally well in Windows or Mac format. It's a great tool for keeping track of your finances, especially if you do not need to track investments, and in my opinion it's one of the best budgeting programs on the market.
    15 " 2013 MBP OS X Ver. 10.9.1 16 GB Memory, 500 GB SSD, Retina, 2.3 Ghz I7, 30GB IPhone 5, 2012 Mini Cooper JCW Coupe, 2014 Toyota Corolla, 2007 Trailblazer, 2 RC Planes, 1 fantastic wife who puts up with my toys. Still Married After 30 Years.

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    Well I downloaded VitualBox and set it up. Pretty simple set up. Running Windows and finally Quicken 2013! Thanks to all for the advice!

    Now que the Office Space scene.

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