Can you suggest a good money management program?

  noelski 10:06 31 Mar 2004
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Hi People,

Can you suggest a good money managment program, I'll only need it for personal accounts and a joint account.

It's not for business.

Thank you in advance for your help.

  Cesar 10:13 31 Mar 2004

If you have Excel look in there Samples Folder.

  pj123 10:13 31 Mar 2004

I use Quicken from Intuit. click here

  Sir Radfordin 10:58 31 Mar 2004

Have used MS Money for a long time and found it good enough for me.

  one23 11:10 31 Mar 2004

MS money is good.It came as part of "works suit 2003" along with word,works,encarta,picture it,autoroute.

  anon1 12:33 31 Mar 2004

I use online banking from my own bank. No need for any software and its quick and easy to see exactly where the money goes.

  Totally-braindead 14:26 31 Mar 2004

A tight fisted wife who never lets you have a penny sounds about right.

  crimbo 14:34 31 Mar 2004

Microsoft Money is good, and it has links with most of the major banks, so that you can download statements directly into the programme

  GRFT 15:27 31 Mar 2004

I've used Quicken since 1995 and had no problems at all. Great for cash, credit card, building society, bank, ISAs and National Savings accounts. Also manages your portfolio with ease.

  Pesala 16:22 31 Mar 2004

(~_~)

  Kate B 19:31 31 Mar 2004

I'm biased but a little-known program called Moneybox is great - though I confess it was written by my dad.

click here

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