Thanks to Our Weekly Sponsor: Jumsoft Money

We’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, Jumsoft Money

Jumsoft, a developer of high-quality applications for Mac OS X, has completely overhauled its most popular product, the finance and budgeting application Money. It provides small businesses and home users with a simple and remarkably effective way to track their financial records and create budgets. Among other novelties, the new Money 4 features a fully redesigned user interface, allows direct downloads from financial institutions, and institutes smart importing rules and a document-based system that allows multiple users to work with a single copy of the application.

Money was first released in 2003 and has gained wide popularity among small businesses and home users of Mac since then. Fans of Money appreciate its combination of high usability and effective finance management.

Money 4 provides a flexible way of recording financial transactions in multiple types of accounts: cash, bank, credit card, loan, investment, and asset. With Money 4, users can create a budget plan and effortlessly monitor the actual outcome. The comprehensible Portfolio feature displays a well-rounded view of investments. Managing scheduled transactions and creating straightforward income/expense reports is also refreshingly simple with Money 4.

“Whether our clients wish to keep track of their personal expenditures or create monthly budgets for their business, Money is designed for them,” says Algirdas Unguvaitis, Jumsoft’s general manager. “We have put a great deal of time and effort into the fourth installment of the application, and we truly hope our clients will be satisfied with the final result.”

Money is available for purchase on Jumsoft’s Web site and on Apple’s Mac App Store.


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  • Yes! I’m loving Money 4 and it really improved a lot and now i’m using 2 finance apps which is iBank and Money 4. Thanks Jumsoft for making Money 4 very good and I hope an iPad companion app will be created also.

  • Still giving Money 4 ago but early impressions are not good. I don’t really see any great difference in the interface, Moneywell and Squirrel are still lead in that regard.
    I am finding that it is not intuitive to categorise and tag entries. For example there appears to be no way to select multiple entries and update the category in one go, the function may be there but it is not obvious.
    The real test is the problem I had with the version 3 and the iPhone app, corruption on syncing. But I am reluctant to buy the iphone version 2 app (though it does look a lot better than the old version) to test this so I guess that an upgrade for me is not in the cards.

  • The most I like about Money 4 is that it is in my language available, and that’s 1 of the reason I’ve prefer Money 4 more than iBank 4. Hope there will be an iPad version soon of this, so I can manage it on the go.

    Thumbs up for Jumsoft!