Money
Money 4.5.4
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Personal accounting app.   Demo ($38.99)
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Money presents a powerful, comprehensive, and intuitive system designed to help you keep control of your financial life. Oversee your account balances, track investments, keep budgets, and manage your bank accounts, credit cards, loans, assets, and cash. Do it all in a straightforward and stylish interface.
  • Create separate accounts for your bank accounts, cash, credit cards, investments, assets, and loans to balance your accounting with grace.
  • Money allows you to connect directly to hundreds of financial institutions via the Internet and update your accounts
What's New
Version 4.5.4:
  • Fixed bugs in balance calculation
  • Fixed issue with the category and payee choosers in the import window
  • Other minor improvements and fixes
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7 or later



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Money User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 4.x:
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Glidagida reviewed on 18 Mar 2013
A little bit disappointed with version 4 in my opinion it has gone backward. I used to be able to run my small business from version 3.6 but v4 has turned Money into a home budget manager.
It may be ok for you if that's all you are after but for me it only scores a 3. Older version would score a 4.5.
[Version 4.4.3]


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lemon-kun commented on 04 Feb 2013
Well then, for Money, the iCloud adventure is over. Jumsoft has replaced iCloud-syncing with the old WiFi-syncing again.

Before updating Money, you should make a backup of your iCloud-file (at opening screen, just drag the file to the desktop or somewhere else). Once updated, Money tries to download the file by itself. For me, the app crashed during this process, and just saved a blank file. Luckily I had backed up before.

I don't think we should blame Jumsoft for the problems with iCloud. I had the same kinds of problems with all other iCloud-supporting apps, even the ones from Apple (iWork). Well OK, we have to blame the guys from Jumsoft for being just too optimistic that Apple wouldn't screw up (again). The whole "Documents and Data"-thing of iCloud is pretty dangerous with any app, many have lost their documents and data using it… Usually, when a file can't be opened again, just uncheck documents and data in SystemPreferences>iCloud, and then check it again. All files will be deleted from your mac, and then downloaded again. Most of the time, you can open your files again, and everything is perfect. Sometimes however, a file gets corrupted and you can't open it anymore. Anyway, it is important to back up your iCloud documents (Library>Mobile Documents).

Of course Jumsoft hasn't handled the iCloud-incident very well, and I am sure they have lost many customers. Rightly so. However, I stay with Money, as the app has served me so well for a long time. I wish they'd establish their own safe syncing server solution, like the OmniGroup has for OmniFocus.
[Version 4.4.2]


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D9 reviewed on 16 Jan 2013
It greatest (or worst if you ask previous owners) new feature would be great if only iCloud sync worked. At best, it allows you the security of having your data file off-site in case your Mac is lost, damaged or stolen. But when it comes to syncing it w/ Money's iOS offerings, the results are abysmal...it doesn't work at all!!

There continues to be bugs with settings and general UI issues that make you scratch your head. For example, you can't split loan payments for transfers (ie mortgage principal, escrow, insurance). Other times, the screen will be blank when opening and I have to restart the app several times before it shows my data. The reporting features are very limited versus Quicken offerings.

Overall, I love the GUI and simplicity of Money, but the execution is just poorly done and the development & support are even worse. Just cannot recommend this to anyone wanting to depend on their financial data with it.
[Version 4.4.1]

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Macedward replied on 16 Jan 2013
I can not disagree on this one. It's a great product, great features, but unfortunately poorly implemented.

The icloud sync worked a week or so, but ceased to work just before Christmas. They should never had released a version without the wifi sync.
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Surfspirit reviewed on 27 Dec 2012
It's hilarious that an app called money needs the last hardware/os to run, so much for savings. Anyway, all this apps are bad for me, as they don't calculate if I can pay hollidays of 2000$ in a year, and they don't even warn me if I am spending too much and that goal won't be achieved, it's just the same monthly budget, that's needed but incomplete. I find tha app Debtinator so much powerfull, if it only had an Android app companion...
[Version 4.4.1]

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D9 replied on 28 Dec 2012
Try Mint for those budget and goals needs. It's free on computer or smartphone/tablet. Updates itself automatically too.
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Macedward commented on 13 Dec 2012
Great product, finally we get the icloud sync, but beware if you have any OS below 10.8.2. Icloud sync requires 10.8.2 or higher.
[Version 4.4]

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D9 replied on 16 Jan 2013
Yes, it'd be great if the iCloud sync actually worked though. It does not sync with the iOS devices at all. Have no idea whether Mac-to-Mac works but even opening on my native Mac has glitches where none of the data is shown...blank screen! Have to restart the app 2-3 times before it shows. Not good!!
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rinopo commented on 30 Aug 2012
The Download Demo link here seems outdated.
You can still visit dev's site and download it.
[Version 4.2.4]


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Sliwkaj reviewed on 01 Jul 2012
I have tried quite a lot of finance applications and this one is my favourite so far. Very clear user interface, ease of use, smart scheduler (can be synced with iCal).
You can set password protection, so that unauthorized persons don't get access.
[Version 4.2.4]


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Xaman reviewed on 16 Apr 2012
Same as iBank:
Problems setting up bank accounts with the website. Same as my review about iBank...

Any of the following happens when creating a new account:
-when setting up a new account: "OFX server error (15500): Singon (User ID or password) invalid" (And I am 100% sure the user and password match my user for said bank website.

-when setting up a new account, if the bank settings work: "Select the account you want to add to Money" (and the list is blank)

-finally, the one account that worked, when downloading transactions: "Error: Bank number not found"

Bottom line: wonderful app, great idea, features need to be fine tuned. Useless until then.
[Version 4.2.1]


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Stagirita reviewed on 08 Feb 2012
Appealing to the eye and with useful features, at least for personal/home business users (budgeting, reports, reconcile accounts, scheduler). Clearly better than previous version. Still, developer don't seem to like keyboard shortcuts: reconcile lacks one, as main sections do (after all they refer to the same underlying data, can be considered just different views). Also lacking is a folder feature for smart accounts: I create many of them. Multiple entries editing would be handy (es. reconcile)
Transactions right panel hides last two colums (default are amount and balance, quite important to see).
No problem syncing with iPhone app (just a little visual glitch, application window disappears for a moment under 10.6.8 running on a last generation Mac Pro.
Last thing: 'left' translate in 'rimasti' -italian verb, not in 'sinistra' -italian adjective, completely out of context here
[Version 4.1.2]

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Luiser replied on 15 Aug 2012
sinistra = left (feminine)
a la sinistra = on the left
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Cerniuk commented on 26 Dec 2011
MacUpdate's Price Info is old. Money jumped from $18.99 to $38.99 in the latest version (Money 4)
[Version 4.1.2]

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MacUpdate---Ryan replied on 26 Dec 2011
Thanks for letting us know, I've updated the listing to reflect the price change :)
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Monty had trouble on 28 Apr 2010
Does not work with larger files when trying to import. I exported my Quicken qif file (about 8mb) from the past 7-8 years. Money is the only finance program that could not import it at all. It chokes and then crashes. I sent the report to the developers and they said there is a "memory management problem during import." with no fix in site (i.e. they have no idea when or if it will be fixed.

So if you've got several years of data, don't try Money. I also wonder if you use Money over time if you will exceed the "framework" the software established and corrupt your data???
[Version 3.5]

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Jumsoft replied on 21 May 2010
If you still have the same problems please contact us at info@jumsoft.com
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Monty replied on 21 May 2010
"JUMSOFT If you still have the same problems please contact us at info@jumsoft.com"

I did--you were the ones that said there is a memory problem. I used your current version (3.5). There has been no version change or anything that would fix your memory problem so far (perhaps in version 4).
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mpham78 had trouble on 20 Jan 2010
I updated to this version (3.4.8) and when I added a new transaction I found that the category (in New Transaction window) is not sorted like version 3.4.7. It's so difficult to find an item in the category now *_*
[Version 3.4.8]

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Jumsoft replied on 21 Jan 2010
NTQ13, thanks for noticing this.
There were some changes in sorting. Please re-download the latest Money version using this link: http://www.jumsoft.com/downloads/money.dmg (it will be 3.4.8, v2053 and that bug should be fixed there).

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Jcizzo rated on 29 Jan 2014

[Version 4.5.3]



G2702 rated on 13 Nov 2013

[Version 4.5]



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dsimer rated on 10 Sep 2013

[Version 4.4.6]



andrewodea rated on 25 Apr 2013

[Version 4.4.4]



Dlackovic rated on 26 Feb 2013

[Version 4.4.2]



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lemon-kun rated on 29 Nov 2011

[Version 4.1.2]



Eric1689 rated on 19 Jul 2011

[Version 4.0.1]



Robertrosenb rated on 24 Apr 2011

[Version 4.0 beta 5]



Dentalgio rated on 18 Mar 2011

[Version 4.0 beta 2]



Dlackovic rated on 10 Mar 2011

[Version 4.0 beta]


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License:Demo
Date:07 Feb 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
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Money presents a powerful, comprehensive, and intuitive system designed to help you keep control of your financial life. Oversee your account balances, track investments, keep budgets, and manage your bank accounts, credit cards, loans, assets, and cash. Do it all in a straightforward and stylish interface.
  • Create separate accounts for your bank accounts, cash, credit cards, investments, assets, and loans to balance your accounting with grace.
  • Money allows you to connect directly to hundreds of financial institutions via the Internet and update your accounts automatically.
  • Set your target revenues and expenses for each month. Afterwards, compare your targets with the actual outcome with the Budget Monitor bars.
  • Set up recurring transactions for payments that occur on regular basis. Money can add them automatically without you even noticing.
  • Money offers 13 types of reports, including Spending by Category, Net Worth, and more. See your financial situation appear right before your eyes.
  • Store Money documents in your Dropbox account to access and edit them from any of your devices, at home or on the go.


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