FinanceToGo
FinanceToGo
2.0.2

4.5

FinanceToGo free download for Mac

FinanceToGo

2.0.2
23 August 2011

Easy-to-use personal finance manager.

Overview

FinanceToGo is an affordable and easy-to-use personal finance manager based on the principles of double entry accounting.

If you are an individual or small business owner, FinanceToGo is an ideal tool which allows you to create budgets and track what you spend your money on with automatically generated graphs and charts.

You can track debt, profit and losses, liquid and fixed assets, transactions, multiple accounts and more in a one-window application with a sleek Mac OS X interface.

Main features:

  • Graphs - Bar and pie charts of your financial data is automatically generated.
  • Accounts - Manage dozens of accounts at any one time.
  • Shares - Track any share investments you have in businesses.
  • Reports - Generate balance sheets, profit and loss statements and more.
  • Import Quicken files - if you already use Quicken for Mac, you can import a QIF file and continue as usual!
  • Transactions - Track thousands of transactions in multiple accounts at once.

What's new in FinanceToGo

Version 2.0.2:
  • The export and print menu are back on the transaction tables when running OS X 10.7 without having to turn 'Always show scrollbars' on.

5 FinanceToGo Reviews

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Ashleymoran
14 June 2007

Most helpful

I'm very pleased. I had very little accounting experience before using FinanceToGo but I found I was up to speed in no time. The transaction entering is extremely intuitive and managing the accounts is painless. Support is excellent. I've had a quick reply to every email I've sent. Every issue I've reported has been looked into, and many bugs and crashes have been fixed in no time. The latest version (1.3.3) seems rock solid.
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Version 1.3.3
Jimw
23 August 2011
Considering its price, this seems to have been rushed to market before it is quite ready. Given the URL of the website, the developers blog, and its previous history it seems to be more of a Beta then a final release. What I do know about it is that the 1.x version got very poor reviews from MacWorld. Its developer was fastforwardsw which know longer exists on the web when I checked today. Specifications and information beyond video tutorials seem to be non-existent other than what is posted on MacUpdate. The current website is a me.com address with a persons name. The manual available for download is version 1.1 or something like that. Frankly with a finance product in this condition I am not ready to spend time downloading and evaluating it with the intent of migrating Quicken 2007 into it nor am I willing to spend $45 on it until I get the impression that it may be around for a while and offer some decent support and upgrades in the future. So for now I will take a 'wait and see'n approach until it shows signs of becoming a serious player in the personal finance arena which for me, currently seems to be somewhat lacking. Please note that my comment is the first comment to be made in about 3 years.
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Version 2.0.2
Mfabache
26 January 2008
No OFX support, can't use. Too many eye-candy money mangers on market, not many have much on import support w/o a lot of manual labor.
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Version 1.6.2
2 answer(s)
Roth
Roth
27 January 2008
mini$ supports all the major formats. And its free! Note to developers: Importing is so darn easy! I am the developer of mini$ and had no trouble at all to do it; OFX, QFX, QIF, and CSV. My importers are flexible and work consistently. You guys charge $44.95 and don't have it! You should be ashamed. Try mini$ and take notes please! Or just have me do it for you. In fact, this goes out to all the Mac money programs. When Microsoft finally releases Money for the Mac, or Apple takes initiative and writes their own version of it, all these wannabe finance managers will be flushed down the drain!
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Version 1.6.2
Derekjab
Derekjab
27 February 2008
@roth, I've never been able properly to import my Quicken data into mini$. No trouble with iBank, just mini$.
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Version 1.6.3
Tejas
22 January 2008
This App. crashes all the time when opening on 10.4.11
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Version 1.6.1
Mpalm
10 October 2007
I've found FinanceToGo (ver. 1.5) to be absolutely perfect for keeping track of my bank accounts. To be certain, my needs in this regard are not complicated. Nonetheless, FinanceToGo makes this task very easy. The program is intuitive and it takes no time at all to get started. Getting a handle on both income and expenses has never been easier for me. While lacking all the bells and whistles of some other more well known programs, FinanceToGo performs wonderfully. Entering data into the accounts and keeping track of one's money is a snap with FinanceToGo. This program is lean and fast to load which makes it very unlike some of its bloat ware competition. It is hard to imagine a personal user or small business not finding satisfaction with FinanceToGo. The developers at Fastfforward Software are among the most responsive that I encountered. Each time I have contacted support with a question or to point out a problem with FinanceToGo they have provided useful replies and/or bug fixes very quickly. All companies should have such excellent customer support as does Fastforward Software.
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Version 1.5
Ashleymoran
14 June 2007
I'm very pleased. I had very little accounting experience before using FinanceToGo but I found I was up to speed in no time. The transaction entering is extremely intuitive and managing the accounts is painless. Support is excellent. I've had a quick reply to every email I've sent. Every issue I've reported has been looked into, and many bugs and crashes have been fixed in no time. The latest version (1.3.3) seems rock solid.
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Version 1.3.3
$44.95

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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