Moneyspire is a personal finances app that helps you create budgets and track your accounts. The app allows you to track your account, reminds users of bills, includes online banking support

The app supports online banking, bill reminders, investment accounts, and the option to manage multiple currencies.

There is a free version that allows you to manage one account and up to 9 reminders. The unlimited version has a price tag of $60 but offers unlimited accounts, unlimited reminders, and can be used for personal or business use. 

  • App Price
  • Budgeting Tools
  • Online Bill Pay
  • Personal Investing
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This is an amazing personal finance app. I searched for years for a good Quicken alternative and was so glad to find Moneyspire. If you want a capable personal finance program that is easy to use check out Moneyspire. Their support is amazing!

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Awesome app keeps getting better and better love the new user interface. I find Moneyspire to be the best finance software and I tried a lot of them.

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A great app for managing your personal finances. Very easy to use and a good Quicken alternative.

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This application started as free, then required a user to pay $19.99 to use. I paid the $19.99. I tried it out for 2+ months (former Quicken user), then went back to Quicken. I used it for basic checking account tracking - should be easy stuff. The monthly reconciliation feature is NOT GOOD. In addition, I found the User Interface to be clunky and not straight forward. I would not recommend this product, at all.

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Agree with Wheezer - half baked and not worth anyone's time.

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Moneyspire is really a "half-baked" software package. The user interfaces in some cases (like the investments window) are austere and lack capabilities. While it has potential to become a simple, straightfoward system, its not there yet. Moneydance is a much more complete and useful application. I have used both.

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