Update on my list for Quicken complainers....added "CountAbout" and
"Personal Capital" on the 11/2017 update.
CountAbout launched in mid-2012 and was designed to be a Quicken
platform portability (Windows, Linux, and OS X)
open source (build and patch if necessary)
KMyMoney platform portability (Windows, Linux, and OS X) open source (build and patch if necessary) price (free)
Mint is offered by Intuit, but is entirely free personal finance software.
2017 is supposedly much better, although import problems still exist
Personal Capital (11/2017)
Personal Capital is another decent option, but may not meet all the
features you?ve been using over on Quicken -
it?s more geared toward investments, investment tracking and investment
growth. So, if you?re more worried about investment portfolio than your
outgoing expenses per month,
Personal Capital is a great option.
NetStock: Not a Quicken alternative. The program may be used to replace or supplement Quicken quote fetching functionality.
- posted 2 years ago