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jeffmgr Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)
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Jun 15, 2011 2:17 PM

Now that Lion will not longer support programs that require Rosetta Stone, what is a good money management program to replace my soon to be antiquated Quicken for Mac 2006?

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.7)
  • FFS48 Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)
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    Jun 15, 2011 2:34 PM (in response to jeffmgr)

    I switched to SEE Finance last week.  The support is good and they state they are going to make several more upgrades to the product.  Right now, no check printing.  I have been able to download from Wells Fargo with no problem and the conversion from Quicken 2007 went as advertised.  Free to download and use - the $29 license fee gets rid of the invitation to purchase and register that pops up when you start the program.  Otherwise, there are no features you are locked out of.

  • rkaufmann87 Level 8 Level 8 (40,505 points)
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    Jun 15, 2011 3:03 PM (in response to jeffmgr)

    I just upgraded to iBank from Quicken 2007. So far it has been a good product and does everything (and more)  Quicken did. Moving all my Quicken data was an extremely easy process and it interfaces with my financial institutions pretty well. There is a 30 day free trial and I've found their tech support to be responsive, helpful and personable.  You can visit their site by clicking here.

     

    Roger

  • Paco Level 4 Level 4 (1,365 points)
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    Jul 5, 2011 12:11 PM (in response to jeffmgr)

    I have upgraded to Moneydance which did a great job importing all my data from Quicken Deluxe 2002 including categories and classes (which they call Tags). It has most of the features that I had in Quicken and quite a few other cool features. The report printing functions are fairly flexible and I will be able to produce almost the same reports for tax purposes that Quicken did so well. I was anxious to move on because of frequent crashes in Quicken and Intuits lack of Mac support.

     

    Moneydance is written in Java language which gave me a little concern because Apple may not be including Java updates in future. However, the Moneydance people are on top of the situation and are prepared to go to cocoa if necessary. Now it appears that Apple my be just turning over the Java reins to Oracle, which is the owner of the sw and future updates may come from them.

     

    Paco

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