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Financial software??

I currently use Quickbooks Pro for PC at work. I would like to use a financial software for home use on my Mac. What would be a good software for home use?
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Sith_LordAuthor Commented:
Hey Weed! Long time! All I'm showing here is a conversion file and a quickbooks update.
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weedCommented:
What it shows is that there is QuickBooks for Mac. Follow the link from the update (cant have an update without a full product) and you end up at http://quickbooks.intuit.com/commerce/catalog/product.jhtml?priorityCode=0273600000&prodId=prod30003&lid=nav
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potuncleCommented:
There is also Quicken for Mac if you don't need the buisness management features of QuickBooks. See bottom item on this page: http://www.shop.intuit.com/commerce/catalog/category.jhtml?priorityCode=10997&categoryId=cat0000000000006332012

Jason
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Sith_LordAuthor Commented:
Quickbooks Pro is toooo expensive. I like it though, but too many features I don't need. Is Quicken any good?
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weedCommented:
It's made by the same folks. If you like QuickBooks youll probably like quicken. It's certainly popular.
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Sith_LordAuthor Commented:
Have you used it before?
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Sith_LordAuthor Commented:
Or at least heard of any good reviews from it?
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weedCommented:
I have clients who use it. Seems to do the job well enough. For reviews, search google. Im sure there are many. Youre looking for Quicken 2005 now.
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macdmzCommented:
for the mac MYOB AccountEdge
www.myob.com 

I was a canadian cc until myob international sold the operation to intuit
left the program after the first year

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Sith_LordAuthor Commented:
Don't want to spend too much money neither. MYOB is a ilttle pricey and probably has too many unnecessary features for me.
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potuncleCommented:
I have used Quicken on the Mac since Quicken 98, and I don't think you can beat it for reasonably priced personal financial management. If you want to save some money you can probably find a one or two year old version of Quicken for the Mac for about $20, or less.

Jason
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mrblackhatCommented:
Quicken is too expensive for my needs.  Give Moneydance a try.  Their website is at http://www.moneydance.com.  Runs natively on OS X.  Let me know how you like it!
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macdmzCommented:
perhaps all you really need is a spreadsheet, try appleworks
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