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On Vox: Online financial software [May. 31st, 2009|08:41 pm]
hachi

Has anyone found an online financial software package that allows you to add your own accounts and transactions?

I've tried three of them; mint, wesabe, and quicken online. These all depend on handing your security credentials to them and they will pull the data for you. I want a piece of software that doesn't violate the basic rules of security and lets me add accounts that I want... importing my old information would also be a plus.

All of this brought on by the fact that Intuit hasn't put out a new version of Quicken for Mac in almost three years.

Originally posted on hachi.vox.com

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[User Picture]From: crucially
2009-06-01 04:43 am (UTC)
wesabe has the downloadable app and the firefox plugin that does it for you
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[User Picture]From: hachi
2009-06-01 06:44 am (UTC)
daveman said this too, but as far as I can find wesabe doesn't actually support this. They have the uploader for sanctioned banks that they can't do direct connections to. You cannot (at this point) create arbitrary accounts though.
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[User Picture]From: matthew
2009-06-01 04:53 am (UTC)
If you are still into running a local app there's a mac app called iBank that worked pretty well the last time I used it. I just stopped doing that kind of thing myself, otherwise I'd still be using it.
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