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Maybe this is not the best forum for this but it is my one stop for all things hardware and software so here we go.

I am looking for some kind of software like Quicken that can handle bank account/checking register. I would like something that works and syncs on Windows, Android and Chrome OS if possible. What I don't want is something like Mint.com which requires you to enter all the credit card and bank account numbers. I just want something where I can enter payments, receipts etc. I will reconcile it manually with my bank statements. I would just use a spreadsheet but I would like something a bit more robust that could handle reoccurring payments, provide budget analysis and things of that nature.

So anyone using anything like this?
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Excel works good enough for me.
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Excel works good enough for me.

Yeah that may be what I end up with. I just wanted to see if anything else is out there.

I tried Mint and Adaptu but you can't even do anything without entering your cc or bank account info and I prefer to have that in as few places as necessary.
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Not exactly sure about the syncing part, but Fresh Finance looks exactly like what you are looking for. Check it out at http://www.fortora.com
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If you are looking for something that works without connecting to your bank accounts, then you may try https://www.inexfinance.com/. Allows you to track daily expenses and plan your budget. For recurring payments you can use the events calendar that supports the most complex repeat schedule. Also the event reminders can be synced with Google Calendar.
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I would recommend Boachsoft Finance. It is one of the best I've seen so far. You can create forecasts with accuracy using your previous expense and income transactions. your budget data and scheduled transactions. This feature was missing in every personal finance software that I evaluated. You can also save for the future. I found the mortgage, savings and loan planners very useful. The inflation calculator was also very useful.

Boachsoft Finance can also work without an internet connection. You can update your exchange rates,
portfolio values manually. You can import your bank statements from a file you downloaded else where.

The schedule feature is very advanced. It works on windows

Visit the product website personal finance software for more information.
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http://www.gnucash.org/

I'll do more than I use it for but at the same time is easy to use for basic stuff too
I mainly just use it to keep track of my balances. I set up separate accounts for each credit card and my checking account and each month when I pay the credit cards I put each transaction from the statement into the corresponding account sheet
doing this instead of just using excel makes it easier to run reports since each transaction gets assigned a category like computer expenses, gasoline, phone, etc
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