What Accounting/Financial software do you use?

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What Accounting/Financial software do you use?
We would like to know that tool you use to control your finances. Some of the big names are:
  • Microsoft Money
  • SAGE
  • GNU Cash
  • QuickBooks
  • Quicken
  • FinanceWorks
What is yours?
mike deam
Xero - www.xero.com which generally has its own bank feed except my bank (cash trust from a broker) only allows a spreadsheet format which I then save as CSV prior to running a conversion. Other accounts I have are in foreign currency and only supply paper data so its easy enough to put into direct Xero format. Xero requires one currency column - amounts are going out and + amounts are deposits 
megalithic
GnuCash
robjlock
Manager
bradford newling
MYOB (based in Australia) however I is pushing into the US market.  For amex and diners transactions, they are paid into the bank net of merchant fee.  On the bank statement the gross settlement is included on the line part of the general narration.  I need to extract this value from the feed so when uploaded for reconciling, both the gross and net settled amounts are visible.   Do you suggest simply to reformat the csv file and convert a cleansed csv?
Jat Jaswal
SAGE300 ERP - but OFX file did not load.  Missing Account Information (Transit Number and Account Number)
jehrler
MoneyDance 2015
kanwal
sage 50
Steve Kelem
Gnucash
Nikolaus Hammerl
GnuCash
Paolo Paracchini Paolo Paracchini's picture
MoneyDance 2015
W hillman
Quicken
Tetra hybrid
using the website waveapps.com
GTI
GNU Cash
tjeef
YNAB (more budgetting than accounting, but I import bank statements for later reconciliation).
Jeffrey Tate
still using Microsoft Money Deluxe Sunset Edition. still going strong.
Philip Wilson
Quicken personal finance 2013
Linda O'Dea Linda O'Dea's picture
Microsoft Money. Can't find anything for the price that works. Tried paid ones that didn't work.
Roger Billiet
Sage One online
chazdiezal
Gnucash
Kin Wong
Quicken
M Barrett
gnucash
Karl Hess
Banktivity
Robert Frommer
Quicken Deluxe 2001
Ray T
In AUS - was using ANZ Money Manager but they are closing it down end of July so moving to Pocketbook. Only downside of PB is it doesn't connect to one of my institutions.
Mordechai
Microsoft Money Sunset Edition. It's the last thing keeping me from moving entirely over to OSX. I tried all the high rated Mac PFM software - nothing comes close.