With news about the economy still as grim as Apple’s prospects in the 1990s, it’s a smart time to use your Mac to keep track of your finances. Unfortunately, that job just got harder. Quicken for Mac, the venerable personal-finance manager, was last updated when the economic meltdown was but a gleam in Wall Street’s eye. And it doesn’t even run at all on Lion (though it’s fine on Snow Leopard, thanks to Rosetta). But fear not. Change can be a good thing, and lucky for you, there are plenty of options for keeping track of all of yours.
Hurricane Irene swept up the Eastern seaboard this past weekend, and while damages could have been much worse, there remains widespread flooding and destruction from the Carolinas up through New England.
Vermont-based IGG Software announced today that 100% of sales revenue generated on Monday, August 29 will be donated to Vermont relief programs. Sales at both IGG's online store and the Mac App Store will count toward the total. In addition, IGG will double that amount with a matching contribution of its own.
No matter what the economy holds in store, there’s never a bad time to start managing your money. It’s a daunting task, but with the right software, your Mac can help. iBank is loaded with tools to help you track transactions, analyze your spending history, create budgets, and generally keep a sharp eye on your finances. But you’ll have to do the hard work yourself, and sometimes that means working around an occasionally frustrating interface.