Quicken Is Available For Either Mac Or Windows, But..
...the old Claris group of programs for Mac is fairly defunct.. You might read about the basic changes to the program in the link below:
But as stated earlier, most any computer will work.. In addition, you haven't really told us whether it will be a desktop or laptop.. Do you need to take it back and forth from the office location? If so, then a laptop might fit the bill.. If it's going to be stationary, then a desktop is in order..
Either way, you'll get a lot of different brand preferences from various members. Everyone has a different opinion. Some will say the best way to go is get a custom-made model from a local shop. The quality parts will usually help the computer last longer, but it will probably be more expensive. Then others prefer to purchase a standard model available at local retail outlets. I've used HP, Dell, Compaq, Gateway, Lenovo/IBM, Toshiba, and a few others. Because I generally get business model machines, I can't say I've had horrible experiences with any of them.. Others have. And although I've tinkered a little, I'm not a Mac user..
So, at this point, you'll still need to determine whether it's going to be a Mac or Windows PC.. Once that's done, check out the local advertisements and find the best one for the money you're willing to spend.. But remember, since you're not going to be needing a high performance computer for "gaming" or graphics rendering, you can get a away with something on the lower end of the price spectrum.
Hope this helps.
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