All your money at a glance

Four free Web sites give you an instant big picture on your saving, spending and retirement portfolio. But only one is the best.

4 of 5
BACKNEXT
Solid customer support
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

Rating: ★★★

NEXT: If you're just starting out

Last updated December 02 2008: 10:08 AM ET
More Galleries
10 things you'll love about Windows 10 There's a lot to like about Windows 10. Here are our favorite features in Microsoft's soon-to-be-released operating system. More
Warren Buffett's gone cold. How his top 10 stocks are doing The Oracle of Omaha is an investing legend. But several of Berkshire Hathaway's biggest investments are off to a lousy start in 2015. Will shareholders complain at the annual meeting in Omaha on Saturday? More
BMW's M235i doesn't compromise BMW's new M235i gives you the performance of an M car for a lot less money. More

Special Offer