If you already use Microsoft Money, you'll like the improved online banking and bill-paying skills of this upgrade.
Once again, we don't find this upgrade necessary, although some might come to rely upon the new Insights views of finances, and uber-organized users can link transactions to images of checks and receipts.
If you're using an earlier version of Microsoft Money, the 2007 updates may not tempt you to upgrade, unless the latest version's new budgeting abilities fit your needs.
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With its streamlined, easier-to-navigate interface, Money 2005 is an essential upgrade for longtime users, but Quicken remains the better choice for personal finance novices.
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Microsoft Money 2004 Premium is loaded with useful online financial services that will distract and confuse anyone new to personal finance. Quicken remains the easier and more intuitive package.