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Personal Finance Software

Price when rated: $30

Pros

  • Extensible
  • Comprehensive financial program

Cons

  • Several bugs detract from its overall usability
  • No way to create transaction categories
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Price when rated: $30

Pros

  • Unique, intuitive interface
  • Organizes your money before you spend
  • Good for keeping a personal budget

Cons

  • Weak asset and tax-reporting capabilities
  • Weak stock tracking and access to stock-related financial information
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Price when rated: $13

Pros

  • Excellent real-time graphs and charts
  • Simple interface
  • Autocompletion for previously entered information

Cons

  • Difficult to import downloaded banking transactions
  • Difficult to reconcile bank statements with PigMoney account data
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Price when rated: $70; upgrade from previous versions, $50

Pros

  • Excellent stock-tracking features
  • Most comprehensive financial package available
  • Integration with iCal

Cons

  • Bug in reporting capital gains of short-sold stocks
  • Very little change from earlier versions
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Price when rated: $25

Pros

  • Beautiful user interface
  • Dozens of predefined accounts and categories

Cons

  • Confusing transaction entry
  • Weak integration between the program’s various functions
  • Difficult to check bank account against iCash records
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