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Mac Accounting Software Web Site!

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The topic of accounting software comes up among Macintosh users all the time.

It's really hard to find all the alternatives for Macintosh accounting software. So I created a Web site that lists them all!

Macintosh Accounting Software
Macintosh Accounting Software

The site is currently in the early stages of being useful to users. If I get the energy, I'm going to ask all the developers if they want to contribute two or three sentences to the site about their products.

I hope that folks find the site useful.
 

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Thanks Randy.

I was especially impressed with "Cornerstone Software". I knew they offered free Bible Software but was not aware of all the other programs and games that they have.
 
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Thanks Randy - impressive compilation - for our personal needs, we are using SEE Finance, just upgraded to their V.2 - worth a look for those interested (migrated from Quicken around 2013) - Dave
 

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Thanks Randy.

I was especially impressed with "Cornerstone Software". I knew they offered free Bible Software but was not aware of all the other programs and games that they have.
Ditto. Sometimes I wonder where Randy finds this stuff.

Edit: I think I've cracked it folks. Everyone thinks Randy is a mild-mannered attorney. That's just a cover. He may be some sort of Mac-based cyborg. His forays away from the forum from time to time are likely the result of periodic software/database updates.:)
 
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... for our personal needs, we are using SEE Finance... worth a look for those interested (migrated from Quicken around 2013) - Dave
On one discussion list I'm on, SEE Finance is the Quicken substitute of choice. I'm told that it does the best job of importing old Quicken data.
 
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On one discussion list I'm on, SEE Finance is the Quicken substitute of choice. I'm told that it does the best job of importing old Quicken data.
My wife mainly does our financing needs - I remember importing her Quicken data from our PC into SEE Finance on her iMac (back in 2013 - V. 1) without difficulty, plus she seemed happy w/ the results - so agree w/ your comments. Dave

P.S. just upgraded to SEE Finance V. 2.x and had to 'convert' her older version files which was quick and accurate, according to her.
 
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