I've gone through the various app threads and, rather than making a coment in them (which given their generic nature will likely be missed), I'd like to ask if anyone has come across a decent personal (as opposed to mega-complicated business) finance manager? They seem a little thin on the ground, or at least decent ones do. I am STILL using a 14 year old Psion 3 with Psion Money on it (that's how basic it can be) but it does the job fine for me. It's perhaps realistic to expect that it won't last forever though. I've had PCs here for years too but could never be bothered to switch to Money and, as I may be working overseas for a while, I need a more mobile option, my laptop now being a Mac. So far I have looked briefly at iBank and Moneydance and they seem to be about the best of the bunch but, judging from the forums, the latter does seem to be beset with problems (but I suppose if you go by forums, everything is). I've also seen reference to an app called Economix but can't find any links or whatever to it at all (perhaps not a god sign). There are also a boat load of apps listed at Version Tracker but it's a little disturbing that even the 5 star rated apps seem plagued with download and other problems. Again, not a good sign. Not overly encouraging at the moment and in fairness all I want is a fairlly basic programme that will allow for multiple accounts (including investments), a good range of user defined categories, the ability to enter direct debits etc, reporting, forecasting and budgeting and the ability to close the accounts off at the end of the financial year, copying the current balances to the new year. Given the sales that Apple has achieved with Macs, particularly in the US, it seems odd that a decent personal finance programme is lacking. From what I've seen so far, If it were not for going overseas and the portability issue, I'd likely even install Money on the PC I have here and use that.