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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-15-2006, 07:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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Finacial software...

What's up cats? I'm tryin (desperately) to get my finances in order. Right now, I use my memory and calculator. This aint workin so well. I'm looking for a small somewhat simple finance tracking program that works pretty well. Nothing extravagant. I don't need anything huge like quickbooks or anything.

Anyone have any experience with financing software?

I know this is a boring thread, so I'll throw in something fun:

http://www.i-am-bored.com/bored_link.cfm?link_id=9644

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-15-2006, 08:16 AM
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hmmm, link wnt open...i use excel currently but fixin to change to either quicken or quickbooks...i have heard good things about both...
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I just got my new version of Quicken. No way could I keep up with every thing by memory.

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I used and have used for probably 10 years... used Microsoft Money. Its AWESOME and cheap... like $20 at the store.




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So Quiken and M$ Money. Got it. Thanks Guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And WHY DOES THE LINK NOT WORK?!?!?! I can click on it.
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So Quiken and M$ Money. Got it. Thanks Guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And WHY DOES THE LINK NOT WORK?!?!?! I can click on it.
What link?

Quicken
Just buy the disk. Downloads could have tags and pirates attached to still your info.

I use the Premier. It makes life allot easier running a business.

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I use MS Money...its pretty simple
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What link?

Quicken
Just buy the disk. Downloads could have tags and pirates attached to still your info.

I use the Premier. It makes life allot easier running a business.
The link in my first post. Ah well.

So we have a race between Quicken and M$ Money. I'll em both out.

Thanks fellas!
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excel pwnz all, spreadsheets can do everything I tell you, everything. They can even iron your pants and put the exact proper amount of starch on them. I even had my excel take me out for dinner and a movie when my gf was on a cruise and I was lonely.

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excel pwnz all, spreadsheets can do everything I tell you, everything. They can even iron your pants and put the exact proper amount of starch on them. I even had my excel take me out for dinner and a movie when my gf was on a cruise and I was lonely.
Now that's the shiotzz!

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excel pwnz all, spreadsheets can do everything I tell you, everything. They can even iron your pants and put the exact proper amount of starch on them. I even had my excel take me out for dinner and a movie when my gf was on a cruise and I was lonely.
I think someone mention though that Quicken actually has a built in reach-around feature though. Now THAT'S convenience!!!!

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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-16-2006, 08:25 AM
 
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Quicken came with my laptop but MS Money is also a very good financial tool. Or you can just design one on MS Excel but that requires extensive computer knowledge.
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