Wednesday, 30 January 2008

Freeware OSX Applications For Accounting

Save money and try these of instead of the likes of Quickbooks.


Track your finances, whether it be stock investments or a credit card transaction. Then chart them according to the categories you define.


Buddi is a personal finance and budgeting program, aimed at those who have little or no financial background.


Catalogue the cost of life. With Burn, you can track the cost of your road trip, figure out your weekly coffee bill, and ensure you don't exceed your monthly budget.


Cashbox is a personal finance applicaiton for Mac OS X.


iCompta is an application that lets you manage your personal accounts with ease.


Luca is a full-featured, fully-functional, accrual-based accounting system that runs on OS X. It has the ability to handle real-time double-entry postings and multiple currencies...

Mini Money

A miniature sized money manager that features simplicity and power in a small package.


A personal-finance manager focused on speed and ease of use. There’s no setup, no maintenance, no tediousness, no cause to fall out of the habit of using it, and no waking up to find a huge discrepancy with one’s checking account.

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