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I just started iBank's 30 day trial. I've been wanting something on my MBA mostly to see where I spend my money (and figure out how much house payment I can really afford) ever since I gave away my home Windows PC. Quicken on Windows was pretty good. Everything I read about Quicken in OSX made me want to try something else.
After one day with iBank I think it'll work for me. Initial set-up was fairly painless. The in-app browser works great for importing financial records. If anything it was slightly less difficult than I remember in Quicken for Windows, where I had to download report files from my Bank of America checking account and point to them to upload them into Quicken (B of A wants extra $$ for direct software access). iBank runs that as one step, with no downloaded file to manipulate on my drive. It also imported my Scottrade brokerage account in a similar way correctly.
The only account I have any issue with is my Nationwide 401K plan. Nationwide will only let me download two years worth of data and the resulting totals for the account in iBank are way off. I suspect I need to do some manual starting-value entries to fix it.
So far the iBank interface is intuitive enough for me. I watched a few of their tutorial videos but they weren't really needed. My next step is to figure out how to collect multiple categories of expenses into super-categories (e.g. gasoline + car payment + auto insurance + repairs = 'transportation') to further simplify the reports.