Is there any Financial soft for OS X?

Discussion in 'Apple and Mac OS X' started by jimmy-floyd, Oct 10, 2010.

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  1. jimmy-floyd

    jimmy-floyd Notebook Evangelist

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    Tired of usual office progs and 1c soft systems..
    Looking for some os x fin.soft, i see there are lots of "to do" soft, work planning, even with candy-eye look, amazing, but i need the program to calculate the following(have the overall stats about sales, e.t.c, just imagine to enter all that stuff and get what i need) :

    - ROI
    - ROL, ROS(Margin on sales, Return on sales)
    - EBIT, ebitda..
    and so on.
     
  2. ClearSkies

    ClearSkies Well no, I'm still here..

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    You probably need Quicken Mac 2007, but be sure to review it for your specific needs before purchase. That's pretty much the only full featured financial software on the OS X side.
     
  3. Khris

    Khris Yes I am better than you!

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    Financial programs on the Mac.......really suck! :( I hate to say it, but if you need serious financial software, you're going to have to find something that runs on Windows.
     
  4. jimmy-floyd

    jimmy-floyd Notebook Evangelist

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    ClearSkies,
    tnx. will try Quicken Mac 2007.

    Khris,
    Seems so.. another way - using a win. in parallels on a mac. Therefore, what soft you will recommend for my needs in win.os?

    There are so much life, work planners, i dont even say about video, photo media sorting soft, but fin. section is really weak.

    Despite Bookkeeper with all every month results, you know, it is also important to make some calculations by my own, also bookkeeper requires additional payment for all those ROI, ROS and e.t.c calculation.
     
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    HLdan Notebook Virtuoso

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  6. Bog

    Bog Losing it...

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    Even Quicken for Mac is greatly simplified compared to its Windows cousin. If you don't want to compromise, you could install VirtualBox and run Windows as a virtual machine within Mac OS X.
     
  7. gms238

    gms238 Notebook Consultant

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    What about Quickbooks? If not that heavy of an accounting program, iBank, Quicken (I personally can't stand Quicken on Mac), Fortora Fresh Finance...
     
  8. jimmy-floyd

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    HLdan, gms238,
    Hm. interesting, didnt imagine there are so not "a lot" fin.progs, but seems the enough shortlist to try all and choose the one for personal needs.

    Bog,
    thanks will try.
     
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