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With the news that Microsoft is to stop selling Money, we've shelled out five alternative programs to keep track of your finances at home and on the go
Tracking personal and shared expenses online is easy with Buxfer, as long as you don't need any fancy accounting.
Want to manage your money online? Check out these five services and see what you think.
Geezeo adds a ratings feature to its service, which will allow users to rate online brokerage firms based on their experience.
Financial site Mint clones a Quicken feature: It will text you your bank balances.
Intuit drops the subscription fee for its Web-based financial software and is readying an iPhone version.
Algorithms tell you where to park your money and which debts to pay.
The site's new design reflects a focus on utility, not glitz.
Advice: Stay away from orgies, dumb money, and small ideas.
The open-source browser extension will allow people using Windows Mobile smartphones to access Web-based applications even when they're not connected to a data network.