Welcome To How I Save Money!
If you have always wanted to try Quicken but were put off by the fees you can now breathe a sigh of relief. Quicken Online is now FREE….and you all know how much I love free stuff.
I decided to give it a try to see if it will fit my needs. So far I must say it has been REALLY easy to set up my new account and to import my data from other accounts.
I will let you guys and gals know how the experience turns out later.
Oh yeah, i was actually JUST about to post that! he he….i haven’t tried it out myself, but i’d imagine that it’s pretty good 🙂
Thanks for the link, I may check it out, but I get pretty nervous about posting financial information on the Internet, all it takes is a poorly configured web-server and all that data is exposed and *gasp* cached in google’s index. Sure am looking forward to hearing your review of it. The closest I get to online money management is Mint.com, that’s about it, and even then I’m pretty nervous. heeh
I think Mint and Quicken operate the same way so if you have one then you might as well have the other.
You have to go in and put in login and password info for mint just like Quicken.
Do you know if it will integrate with Turbo Tax?
I have no clue D4L. Try it and see. 🙂
thanks for the link i have been meaning to try it for ages now. looks good