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    Hi all,

    I was wondering if anyone could help me with something ...

    Does anyone know of a decent money management program, much like Microsoft Money for the Mac which is preferably free, relatively simple to use and that deals in ?

    If anyone could offer any help it would be very much appreciated.

    Bye for now,

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy.nico View Post
    Hi all,

    I was wondering if anyone could help me with something ...

    Does anyone know of a decent money management program, much like Microsoft Money for the Mac which is preferably free, relatively simple to use and that deals in ?

    If anyone could offer any help it would be very much appreciated.

    Bye for now,

    Andy

    Try www.versiontracker.com or www.macupdate.com

    I was on the M-F honor roll for month : May 2007

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    iBank seems like a decent app. Not free, but it is inexpensive.
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    I'm looking for something also. I see a lot of programs from macupdate and similar, but I don't want ot download every single one and try them out before deciding whether or not it's good.

    From a link from the switcher's hangout, I tried a recommended program called Cashbox, which sounded nice from the description, but turned out to be junk.

    I'm basically looking for something I can track my day-to-day spending and bills, form a personal budget, and tracking my personal bank accounts and investments would be a plus, but not necessary.

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    I suppose I my comment was too harsh as someone gave me a neg rep. I'll say that it's nice that cashbox is freeware and someone who put it out there was kind enough to do so, but it's just not enough for even simple money management.

    I hope that sounded better for whoever was offended.

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    And so I'm not juast being negative and hopefully not posting too much at this point, I did find a couple programs on www.pure-mac.com/finance that look promising called iBank and iFinance. I'm sure at least one mentioned currency conversion.

    Hope that helps.

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