Stew Benedict reviews Moneydance Personal Finance Manager, a
personal finance manager package, much like Quicken, but it's
written in Java which allows it to run on a number of platforms,
including Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris.
"All in all, if Quicken is what has been keeping you
locked into that other OS, I think you may be able to reclaim a
disk partition if you switch over to Moneydance. AppGen is also
getting ready to release MyBooks for Linux, a product competitive
with QuickBooks, should you need something for a small
business--what I'm waiting for."
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