updated 11:05 pm EDT, Mon May 31, 2010
New version exports smart account data to QIF, CSV
Jumsoft has launched an update to its budgeting software, Money. The financial management and budgeting tool allows users to track transactions across bank accounts and trading accounts. Users can make budget plans and monitor results. The utility can track portfolios, graphing quote history and variations of major world indices or a portfolio's market value. It can also schedule transactions, create invoices and generate income and expense reports.
Version 3.6 improves reconciliation features to keep Money up-to-date on user's bank accounts. The update also offers smart account-data export to QIF, CSV and other formats, while improving sync with iPhones or iPads. Other improvements relate to features such as item flagging and printing.
Money requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher. Customers can purchase the software for $40, while the company also offers package deals with other Jumsoft products.