Financial software

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  1. BrianT

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    Do any of you use any financial software to track your finances, etc.? Do you do any banking or investing online?
     
  2. Margie Kritzer

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    I use Microsoft Money 99 as a checkbook...I must admit that I began to use this program because of all of my calculation errors.

    It has a lot of great features, and there is an option to pay bills online, but I don't use that.

    I haven't studied many features, but it seems to be a very good program...
     
  3. stubbornkelly

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    I use Excel to track my accounts. And I do use online BillPay, but I use the bank's GUI, not my own accounting software, to do it. I've not found that I need anything more complex that Excel to keep track of my transactions and balance my accounts. It's purty easy.
     
  4. tlange

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    I have used Quicken for years and it has been a lifesaver, especially with reconciliation and investment tracking.
     
  5. jeronimo

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    I use Microsoft Money 2001. It does a great job at helping me remember my bills. I have it set to remind me a week early about my upcoming bill. It's awesome. I can then tell it I've paid the bill, and it won't pop up til the next month, or whenever the bill will be charged again. It's pretty easy to learn too.
     

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