Thanks to Our Sponsor: Money

Looking for a way to keep your finances managed this year, perhaps to make next tax season a bit less frustrating? Then you need to check out Money by Jumsoft, our sponsor this week.

Money by Jumsoft presents a powerful, comprehensive, and intuitive system designed to help you keep control of your financial life. Oversee your account balances, track investments, keep budgets, and manage your bank accounts, credit cards, loans, investments, assets, and cash. And do it all in a straightforward and stylish interface.

Money’s key features include:

  • Convenient income and expense tracking
  • Easy budget planning
  • Scheduled transactions
  • Multiple options for reports
  • Investment tracking
  • Sync with Money for iPhone and iPad via Wi-Fi
  • Multiple data files
  • Password protection

Money was first released in 2003 and has won wide popularity among small businesses and home users of Macs since then. Fans of Money appreciate the combination of its high usability and the effectiveness of finance management that it provides.

Go Get It!

Ready to get your finances under control on your Mac? Then head over to the App Store and grab your own copy of Money for $38.99. Or, you can download a free trial of Money from Jumsoft’s site to make sure it works for you before buying a copy.

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  • Tim

    Money is a great looking app, but terrible to use. It has received so many poor reviews on the app store and also comments in their blog. Their customers are angry.
    I hope Jumsoft listens to its customers about what they need to do to fix it, because it could be a great app. Version 3 was. Now that they’ve dropped support for almost ALL of their other software to concentrate on Money, the next version better be awesome or the company is going to go under.

  • Bruce

    Money used to be great, but now it’s a bust. Don’t waste your time purchasing this. The only reason I purchased it was for cloud syncing. Then they removed it, even though it worked perfectly. It’s rare for developers to remove useful features. The support was terrible that I received and they did not give me a refund. Without cloud syncing, Money is really useless – and there are far better alternatives on the market. Plus you have to purchase a separate version for your Mac, iPhone, and iPad. iBank is a far better alternative.

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