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So I'm trying to find a good program for keeping track of my finances and for setting a budget. I've tried Mint.com and Quicken and have been disappointed with both (there have been lots of small errors on both, like seeing my savings accounts as loans and not having the option to correct it, or just poor design in how charges are categorized).
So, are there any alternatives to Mint.com or Quicken? What do you use to set a budget? Am I best off just using Excel and calculating it out myself every month?