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Microsoft polishes Money, registers Student

Software giant launches latest version of consumer finance software and introduces package for secondary school pupils.

Microsoft on Tuesday launched Money 2006, the latest version of its consumer finance software. The application now allows people to pay their bills from multiple accounts and includes enhancements to the Spending Tracker and other features. Pricing ranges from $29.95 for the standard edition to $79.95 for the premium version; a small-business version is available for $89.95. (Rebates range from $5 to $30.)

The software giant also introduced Microsoft Student 2006, software designed to help middle- and high-school students with their homework. A central feature is a Graphing Calculator meant to present math and science concepts in visual format. Priced at $99.95, it's due this month.