Category: Tracking

Personal finance tracking

Recapping 2012 and Setting Goals for 2013

Well, 2012 was a pretty tumultuous year politically, and I was angry about the dereliction of duty by our Congress for most of it.  Luckily for you guys I left my rants out of this blog.  Coming into 2013 it

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5 Good Reasons to Autopay

I read a lot about personal finance.  Much of this is at the message boards over at Bogleheads or SavingAdvice.  One debate I’m tired of seeing is the one about AutoPay so I’m here to take a stand.  You should

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KulaMula Review: Interact and Get Very Little

Today Yodlee sent me an email offer to join KulaMula through their FinApp program. The gist of the offer is this: “KulaMula works by matching the anonymous spending profiles of users with brands that are willing to pay to interview

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Review of Yodlee vs. Mint

It's been several years since I first reviewed Yodlee, Mint, and the other personal finance aggregator sites. Since that time much has changed. Two big events: Wesabe was shut down and Mint was bought by Intuit. I know Geezeo and

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How to Create a Spending Plan or Budget

Today’s Wall St. Journal has an excellent article on how to make a spending plan. Please check it out. Amazingly, I just sat down for the first time to figure out our family budget a couple of weeks ago. There

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Motley Fool Joins Forces with Mint.com

Mint.com which is already user-friendly but somewhat limited in scope is now partnering with the Motley Fool. This will surely boost Mint's user base given the multitude of loyal Fools. Good for them. I still prefer Yodlee for its comprehensiveness,

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Yodlee Moneycenter for tracking your personal finances vs. Mint or Geezeo or Wesabe or Mvelopes or Quicken

There’s been several articles recently about tracking your personal finances online (article 1, article 2). They mention a wide variety of personal finance tracking sites including: http://www.quickenonline.com/ (which charges)http://www.mvelopes.com/ (which charges)http://www.geezeo.com/http://www.wesabe.com/ (SHUT DOWN)http://www.mint.com/ (BOUGHT BY INTUIT) However, none of the

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