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What's the best personal finance software?


SimonMoney

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Negative... never heard of them actually. Unfortunately, I think it's going to be hard to find a quality replacement over Money. Here's a few options I've seen out there:

  1. GnuCash - http://www.gnucash.org/ - These guys look pretty quality. It looks like it's regularly updated and has a nice feature set. I've not used them however, could be interesting. It also supports OFX so you should be able to get updates from your bank on this one also.... Looks solid.
  2. Mint -- Yeah no.... ;) -- I would steer clear of Mint. You know what they say... if it's free, YOU are the product. Although Mint claims they pull your data anonymous, the Terms of Service give me the shivers...
  3. https://www.youneedabudget.com/ - I've heard goo things about these guys, however, it's not free. Looks like it's $60 for a perpetual license. Unlike Quick which will only pull bank updates for two years, these guys at least, appear to lock you in. That is until Version 5 comes up (If I'm reading this right).
  4. https://www.budgetsimple.com/ - These guys have both a free and paid option. I've not yet read the EULA so be careful with that.... Looks to have a nice interface however with strong features. Probably closer to YouNeedaBudget than #1.
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