Moneydance

Updated July 31, 2012
Moneydance
Moneydance offers many of the features that Quicken Deluxe has, except sophisticated tools for financial planning and analysis. However, Moneydance runs on multiple operating systems and supports multiple currencies and languages, and you don't have to look at advertisements when you use it. Support is available via a help program embedded in the software, a user's guide, a user's forum and email. Overall, reviewers recommend Moneydance as worth trying, since it offers a free trial. Those who want more advanced financial and retirement planning tools may prefer Quicken 2012, according to experts. Moneydance offers discounts for users upgrading from previous versions of the software.ProsRuns on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, Supports multiple currencies and languages, Free trial download, Automatic transaction downloads, No adsConsLacks advanced financial planning tools, Financial analysis tools fairly basic