In this issue, Wayne Thorp puts the two top personal finance programs through their paces in a head-to-head comparison of the latest versions of Microsoft Money and Intuit’s Quicken. Both are powerful programs that attempt to offer a complete array of tools for budgeting, planning financial goals, tracking income and expenses, and managing and researching your portfolio.
Wayne examines the strengths and weakness of each program and highlights the integration of Internet data into both programs....To continue reading this article you must be a Computerized Investing Subscriber.
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