Stash
Stash
0.83

4.5

Stash free download for Mac

Stash

0.83
06 November 2010

Simple personal finance app.

Overview

Stash... A free/open source, fast, simple personal finance app for Mac OS X, with the following features:
  • the ability to easily add/edit/view transactions
  • split transactions
  • localized date and currency formatting
  • import/export of OFX files
  • import/export of QIF files
  • multiple accounts
  • scheduled transactions
  • pie chart and area graphs

What's new in Stash

Version 0.83:
  • A dot is now shown in the red title bar circle when the document has unsaved changes
  • After importing QIF transactions, the document is now marked as unsaved
  • Closing Stash's window now quits Stash
  • Added Preferences to enforce negative amounts for certain Transaction categories / Split Transactions if the parent Transaction has a negative amount

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5 Stash Reviews

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Nethope
05 January 2010

Most helpful

I couldn't get to the stars in the 'Reply' so here are stars; read above for why.
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Version 0.6
rolytyler
28 December 2010
the program looks nice and simple to use, and qif import works. however, operations are not sorted by date, and i didn't find a way to sort by any column, nor to search/lookup an operation...
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Version 0.83
rolytyler
28 December 2010
I'm unable to import my main QIF file, after export from Grisbi 0.5.9...
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Version 0.83
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rolytyler
rolytyler
28 December 2010
it actually worked, i had to click on "all" to see my operations. but after importing new operations, i realized the operations were not sorted by date, and didnt find a way to do that...
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Follerec
06 November 2010
I've made this a review to give the app 5-stars since I never did before. Anyway, great update. Just a comment on the new preference: "Enforce negative amounts of Transactions for appropriate categories" should really be "Enforce negative amounts of Transactions for appropriate **types**" shouldn't it since it applies to the "Type" dropdox and not to the "Categories" that a user creates. Just thought it might cause confusion for some.
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Version 0.83
Follerec
27 October 2010
OK, I've been using this for a bit. I'm trying to find a replacement for Buddi, which has worked well for me throughout the years, despite its quirks. Things I've noticed: 1. Not really a double-entry accounting system. I keep forgetting to enter negative numbers for expenses. Selecting Withdrawal or POS should automatically make it negative in my opinion. That, or make a "double-entry" type dialog for entering expenses. This could easily be similar to the Transfers dialog. 2. The little red dot in the window doesn't show if the file has been saved or not. Since there's no save notification sheet when quitting, you will lose a lot of information entered if you forgot to save. I did. 3. Accounts aren't grouped by type, something I like with Buddi. 4. There are no Expense subcategories. I'm no professional accountant, so I have no idea if how I use Buddi is correct, but it has worked well with those points I've mentioned above, particularly #1. I've been able to track everything I have down to the last cent, even what's in my wallet and little can of coins. Looking forward to what the developer has in store for this.
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Version 0.82
2 answer(s)
Peter-Pearson
Peter-Pearson
28 October 2010
Thanks for the feedback: 1. I'll see about doing the former when you select Withdrawal or POS. 2. You should be getting a Save Notification Sheet if the document's been modified - how are you closing Stash? I'll see about getting the red dot modify status in the window title. 3 & 4 I'll maybe look into doing at some point.
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Version 0.82
Follerec
Follerec
31 October 2010
I guess I'm closing it the wrong way. I tend to leave apps open and just close the document window. So steps to reproduce "bug" (if it is a bug): 1. Enter some transactions. 2. Press the upper red blob (or Cmd-W, or File-->Close) to close the window. At this point, I was hoping to get notified about saving my document. Since I didn't, the window is now gone, and I don't see a way to get it back. I do get a prompt about saving the document, but I don't really like saving documents "blindly", without the window displaying. Anyway, I guess it isn't really a bug since the prompt is there. To me, it just shows up at the wrong moment.
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Version 0.82
Nethope
05 January 2010
I couldn't get to the stars in the 'Reply' so here are stars; read above for why.
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Version 0.6