FinFlow
FinFlow 2.0.2
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Cash flow calculation tool.   Shareware ($19.00)
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FinFlow is a general purpose financial application that can solve both simple and complex time value of money problems.

Almost any type of cash flow can be modeled using the many event types that are provided.
What's New
Version 2.0.2:
  • implemented code signing for Gatekeeper compatibility on Mountain Lion
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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iNik reviewed on 29 Jan 2006
FinFlow is an awesome program if you need to do any sort of cashflow or investment analysis. This includes mortages and other loans, as well as business or personal cash flows.

If you're a business/finances student or professional, you need this program. It makes variable cashflow calculations quick and easy. There is nothing else like it for the Mac or the PC.

Do read the manual though. Some of its functions are a little unintuitive at first. There's a method behind it, but there is a modest learning curve.
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Downloads:6,919
Version Downloads:367
Type:Business : Finance
License:Shareware
Date:06 Oct 2012
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $19.00
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FinFlow is a general purpose financial application that can solve both simple and complex time value of money problems.

Almost any type of cash flow can be modeled using the many event types that are provided.


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