What's your best buy for personal finance software that can keep track of bills, household expenses, credit card payments, and investments while managing your hard-earned money?
Good question. The answer lies in (as always) shopping around online for personal finance software reviews, and then taking a preferred money management program out for a spin.
Be warned, however, that personal finance software programs won't necessarily take the tedium out of managing your money. But it will make it easier keeping track of your income and outgo.
In short, test driving a variety of money management programs is usually time well spent. Better yet, trying them out usually doesn't have to cost a penny.
Around the Web, personal finance software is
yours for the asking at many of the top sites, with freeware and
shareware downloads you can use to track everything from household expenses to stock and
mutual fund investments, mortgage payments
More about personal finance software around the Web:
Personal Finance Software Reviews - About.com guide with an extensive library of reviews of personal finance and money management software including test runs of Quicken, Mint, Microsoft Money, Financial Fate, Stockpickr, and more.