I am terrible when it comes to managing my finances and I keep telling myself that I'm going to get disciplined with it. When I do, I will likely use MoneyWiz to help. The UI is amazing - it's packed with so many features, yet doesn't feel cluttered.
Probably the most compelling reason to pick MoneyWiz is its elegant, brilliantly uncluttered interface; nothing complicates the already complicated process of slinging numbers more than an incomprehensible screen.
For new users who want something reasonably powerful but simple to use, I think MoneyWiz is a great choice and one that I personally use. Having the trio of apps (iPhone, iPad and Mac) and the excellent sync service makes MoneyWiz very flexible. Just imagine going to the shops, buying something on your card and as you leave you enter the expense onto your iPhone and it’s automatically synced over when you open the iPad and Mac app up at the end of the week to check on your budgets for the month.
Keeping track of your money is important, you know, so make things easier with an app like MoneyWiz. It can help you plan for bills on an attractive calendar, check how your budget is doing and provide full screen reports of how you’re doing. It saves the data to multiple devices so you’re always up to date. And it makes it easy to import bank statements, and set up alerts for when you’re running short of money. It can’t actually earn the money for you, but that’s its biggest drawback.
Between easy imports, fast wireless syncing and a sleek and polished look throughout, MoneyWiz is a top choice in the Mac personal finance field.