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.

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One-stop shop
You know you should be running the numbers on your finances regularly, but digging up the account passwords for half a dozen mutual funds, 401(k)s and IRAs is a total drag. And that's before you start adding the numbers by hand.

You could pay for software like Microsoft Money or Intuit's Quicken to help you. Or you could try one of several Web sites that are offering similar services for free.

It'll take a few hours to set up, but after that, a complete snapshot of everything from your budget to retirement accounts and investments will never be more than a few mouse clicks away.


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Last updated December 02 2008: 10:08 AM ET
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