Personal Finance Software – Evaluation Of The Most Popular Personal Finance Software

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As more and more people become savvy on the subject of their personal finances and financial planning, several persons are turning to personal finance software. What are the prime reasons personal finance software are a good tool to have? These programs can better help you realize your financial targets by better managing your current personal finances.

Listed below are the four best personal finance software today.

Quicken – Quicken is a very well known finance management software. Quicken has been in this line of business for decades. Back then, they ran on MS-Dos and are still immensely today. Quicken Starter Edition 2009 is the software we are concerned about in this article. Easy enough to install, this software has a very good banking section that deals with bankinf reports as well as having a wide assortment of financial calculating tools. Your data can be stored in protected servers for a small yearly fee. The best of the best.

Acemoney 3.10.1 – A really nice personal finance software. Its clean and intuitive interface allows even beginners to get to work. All the major languages are supported such as Chinese to French. Acemoney allows you to perform bank transfers and deposits. It is considered one of the simpler personal finance software on the market but we feel that is a plus due to the super user friendliness this software provides.

Moneydance 2008 – What started off as an open source project in 1997 soon became a product planned for the masses. Not as straightforward to use as Acemoney but it has many more features. Users can sync their data with their bank accounts. They do not have fees for the use of their online banking features. Moneydance works in all three major operating systems, Linux, MacOS and Windows.

Banktree Personal 2.0 – BankTree personal 2.0 rounds off the top personal finance software in review. It not only syncs with your bank accounts but enables the downloading of data from your account for your own personal use. It has most of the standard features found on the rest of our picks such as creating budgets, payrolls etc. Online bill payment is offered but is not free. Only two financial calculators are available (mortgage, loan).

Personal Finance and Financial Planning are two areas of significance for the author of this article. Prema De Silva operates a free educational stock trading portal in her spare time. She has been involved in foreign currencies for more than 7 years.

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