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Computerized Investing > March/April 2005

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by CI Staff

Thank you for your January/February 2005 Computerized Investing article Money 2005 Premium vs. Quicken 2005 Premier. Not only is your review well-written, but it also provides the most in-depth comparison of the two programs that I’ve come across yet!

While I congratulate you on your reporting, I must urge you to expand this discussion and explore the incompatibility issues between the personal finance programs and the financial institutions that are supposed to work with them. As far as I am aware, the incompatibility issues do not apply to all combinations of personal finance program/financial institutions (i.e. Quicken to 4,000 financial institutions or Money to 5,000 financial institutions). However, they do exist and when they occur, serious problems result. Let us consider two examples—your experience and mine.

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