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errolloving
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personal finance

Post by errolloving » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:22 am

what is everyone using as a personal finance prograam? Not complicated--really just looking for acompjuter checkbook--that will work on vboth ios and os--thanks

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Stephen Hart
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Re: personal finance

Post by Stephen Hart » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:55 am

We're still using Quicken. It's been spun off from Intuit, and I read recently that it's moving to a subscription payment model.
There's an iOS companion app, but I haven't used it.

We only use Quicken as a checkbook balancer and to keep track of a couple of savings accounts. We don't download transactions or manage stocks.
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Re: personal finathanks muchnce

Post by errolloving » Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:20 pm

thanks much

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Re: personal finance

Post by Stephen Hart » Sun Nov 26, 2017 10:55 am

Here's more on Quicken.
They have gone to a subscription model. It's essentially the same price, but you're automatically paying for an update every year.
There's a $20 discount for the first year (2018).
https://www.quicken.com/personal-financ ... e-mac-2018
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