Four free Web sites give you an instant big picture on your saving, spending and retirement portfolio. But only one is the best.
What it tracks: Bank accounts, credit cards, investments, loans
Ease of use: Polished layout with enhanced budget-building features
What's best: Quicken has been one of the stalwart money-management programs, and it has strong customer support to back it up.
What's worst: Quicken Online won't let you sync with your old desktop Quicken software. Also, you'll have to buy the software ($50 and up) if you want features such as investment analysis.
The bottom line: Appealing to those who feel comfortable with an established company but lacks some key investing functions
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