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Quicken 2007


Available for
windows* mac
linux** unix

Quicken is one of the most well-known personal finance/accounting software packages on the market. Quicken lets you manage your accounts including checking, banking and credit cards. Information can automatically be retrived through the internet from the financial institutions that support it. It will also help you with taxes and monitor your investments.

Open source Quicken alternatives

jGnash 1.10.6
Available for: windows mac linux unix java
jGnash is an open source personal finance manager. It will help you monitor and keep track of your accounts including investments. jGnash can import from Quicken (qif) and GnuCash - and generate... Read more
GnuCash 2.3
Available for: windows mac linux unix java
GnuCash is open source personal and small-business financial accounting software. Keep track of income and expenses from all of your accounts. The small-business features allow you to keep track of... Read more
Grisbi 0.5.9
Available for: windows mac linux unix java
Grisbi is open source personal accounting software for practically any platform/operating system. The project strives to provide simple and easy to use software for managing your accounts. Grisbi... Read more
GFP 0.6
Available for: windows mac linux unix java
GFP is a free open source personal finance manager written in Java, which allows it to run on virtually any operating system. It's designed to help people with little financial knowledge managing... Read more

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