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Computerized Investing > January/February 2003

Feature: Quicken 2003 Premier vs. Money 2003 Deluxe

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by Wayne A. Thorp, CFA

Each fall as automakers roll out their latest offerings, so too do the heavyweights in the personal finance software arena. It has been three years since our last head-to-head comparison of Quicken and Money, so we devote this article to looking at the latest high-end offerings from Intuit and Microsoft—Quicken 2003 Premier and Money 2003 Deluxe, respectively.

We cover everything from the latest features both programs offer and their primary functionality to their companion Web sites. At the end of the article, an overall winner is determined by a check-box scoring system. Points of functionality are graded with ease-of-use in mind.

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