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Alternative To: Intuit Quicken, Microsoft Money

Simplify your finances with Moneydance, the groundbreaking personal finance manager for Linux! Whether you want to organize your finances, manage your budget, track your portfolio, or just automatically balance your checkbook, Moneydance is the solution for you. MoneyDance is committed to Linux and is the only fully-featured personal finance application with Linux support. Moneydance also supports Unix, OS/2, and Solaris.

Moneydance's simple, intuitive interface makes taking care of your finances a breeze. Save time and money with online banking and bill payment. Moneydance makes it easy to set and trace budgets, and reminds you of upcoming bills to keep you up-to-date.

Moneydance's insightful reporting and graphing tools illuminate your finances and show you where your money goes. You can track your portfolio and stay on top of your investments. Moneydance also offers encryption and password-protection to ensure your privacy.
Interface: Graphical
Non-free: This program must be purchased, although a trial version may be available.
Rating: Very Good (1 vote)

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MD is great and follows the ms-Money paradim.

Once I got MD and my Bank to communicate, (forced to create a new checking account), I was able to migrate from ms-Money w/little trouble. MD has great support and is all the financial services I need. jwillar

Moneydance is reliable

We've use MD for home and small business for about 2 years. Its been very reliable under Ubuntu 8.10. Similar enough to ms Money to make switching easy but don't expect it to be identical. I was able to import years worth of account info from Money fairly easily. There are plenty of features and reports and only a few lacking. This was not free but well worth the price.