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iBank 5 review: Personal finance Mac app corners the market on your money

iBank 5

At a Glance

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    5/5
    $60.00
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    If you're looking for a Mac app to keep track of you finances, there's really nothing better than iBank 5.

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iBank 5

5/5

At a Glance

If you're looking for a Mac app to keep track of you finances, there's really nothing better than iBank 5.

Price when rated: $60; $30 upgrade for iBank 4 users
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Pros

  • Comprehensive personal finance management
  • Excellent budget and reporting tools
  • Direct download of financial data using iBank 5's secure proprietary service
  • Supports manual data entry and importing data files downloaded directly from your web banking site
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