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  • Money program for Palm?

    I am searching for a money manager program that synchs with the Palm. Any one have thoughts on what to avoid and what to look for. I am exploring free trials of Ultrasoft Checkbook and Ultrasoft Money a this time (from PalmGear). I want to make sure that which ever machine contains the most up to date entry will overwrite the other on a synch (like a regular Palm HotSynch does). In USCheckbook the Palm overwrites the file in the desk or lap top. I have never used a financial program of any type before. It would also be good if I good share data with my spouse but not is not a requrement compared to ease of use. Thanks in advance.

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    Pocket Quicken

    Quicken and pocket quicken seem to work exceptionally well for me.

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      I use Quicken and Pocket Quicken. They work great.

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        Be aware that Landware is about to release a new version of their Pocket Quicken. They are calling it v2.5, but it should be a v3 because it offers substantial new improvements and capabilities. Check out the details at http://www.landware.com/pocketquicke...view/index.asp

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cikub
          Be aware that Landware is about to release a new version of their Pocket Quicken. They are calling it v2.5, but it should be a v3 because it offers substantial new improvements and capabilities. Check out the details at http://www.landware.com/pocketquicke...view/index.asp
          Cool. I hadn't seen that. Maybe after I upgrade my Palm....

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            What works with MS Money

            I had both Quicken and Pocket Quicken years ago but migrated to Microsoft Money, which I preferred at the time for reasons which escape me now and it still works well. But Pocket Quicken evidently requires the desktop Quicken. Is there a MS Money counterpart?

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              thanks for all above

              I am going to go for the pocket quicken and I am going to wait for the next version. And, I had reason to call Landware and I found that they answer the phone, answer questions, and respond fast to querey on e-mail, too.

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              • #8
                Re: What works with MS Money

                Originally posted by smithdoug
                Is there a MS Money counterpart?
                You might look at Ultrasoft Money 4.2. I've never used since I use Quicken but it claims to sync with MS Money. There are positive reviews on palmsource.com...

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