I’ve always used Microsoft Money. Why? Because it came installed on my computer back in 1997, when I started tracking my money really closely. Even since then, I’ve just continued with it. Good reason, right?
Quicken Online to the rescue! I’ve always wanted to try out Quicken, since so many people use it. But I couldn’t justify buying two products. That was until this week, when Quicken took away the fees and made Quicken Online free!
Features from the Overview:
Automatically downloads and categorizes your transactions, so you know where you’re spending.
See all your bank and credit card accounts in one place, with one password.
You can even access your personal finance information from your cell phone.
Quicken Online connects with over 5,000 financial institutions (and counting).
I’m going to give Quicken Online a try. We’ll see how it compares to MS Money. Of course, since I need the Home and Business version, I’ll have to purchase that one once my MS Money expires, but this should be a good test to see if I like the Quicken product.
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