Money software for Mac?

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I'm really struggling to find some money management software that I like. I'm currently tinkering with Cashbox and iBank, and while they both seem fairly useful, they're... I dunno, they're missing something. ibank claims to import .csv files but it doesn't actually work, and that'd be really handy to have that function. Also iBank seems a bit too geared towards the US for me. Cashbox works fine, but is VERY basic.

Do you guys have any recommendations? I've been googling for a bit, and found lots of options, but no real solid opinions on any of them. The Mac seems a little lacking on this front.

I'd also be prepared to shell out a bit of money for a good one.

Any help would be much appreciated :)
 
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I've looked at those before (iBank & Cashbox) and they both just seem to bloated, personally I use Microsoft Excel for keeping track of my financing as it just does what its suppost to do without any hascel or unnecessary fiddeling about.
 
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Basically the whole Office suite apart from Word I have no idea how to use :D

All my useful computer skills are DTP related, sadly. :(

I have been considering it though. I think I might have to get my fiancee to teach me how to work it :D
 

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Cha-Ching is brilliant for basic money handling. One of the best looking programs for OSX and really easy to use. It's probably a little basic for some people but I like it.
 
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Jet said:
Cha-Ching is brilliant for basic money handling. One of the best looking programs for OSX and really easy to use. It's probably a little basic for some people but I like it.

That looks like it might be the one! I'm still open to suggestion but this looks great so far. Thanks dude :)
 
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