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Quicken Essentials for Mac shows Mint.com's influence

Intuit's acquisition of Mint.com (and hiring of Mint creator Aaron Patzer) made a big splash last September. Users bailed out of Mint, thinking that Intuit's corporate influence would have a negative impact on the site. What I didn't see coming was Mint and Patzer's influence on Intuit's flagship finance app, Quicken. The new Quicken Essentials for Mac has Mint written all over it. As Ars...

Intuit buys Mint.com, sends users running

Intuit, the company behind financial management app Quicken, has purchased Mint.com, a web-based personal finance tracker, for $170 million. Quicken already has a web version that plugs into its desktop software, and Mint apparently isn't going to replace it. Meanwhile, Intuit doesn't have plans to change the way Mint works, and the CEO of Mint is joining the company to direct its online...

Quicken offers coupons to attract abandoned Microsoft Money users

Last week Microsoft announced that it would be discontinuing Microsoft Money, the company's personal finance application. Download Squad readers came up with a number of great suggestions for anyone looking for a replacement. But the 800 pound gorilla in the room is Quicken. And now Intuit, the company behind Quicken are reaching out to Microsoft Money customers by offering tools to import Money...

It's time to say goodbye to Microsoft Money

No, that headline doesn't mean that Microsoft isn't making money as in cash profits anymore. But Microsoft has decided to discontinue Microsoft Money, its personal finance application. Microsoft will stop selling the application in June, although it will still be supported for another 18 months or so. After that point, you'll still be able to use the software to manage your finances, but it won't...

Microsoft releases free Office Accounting Express 2008

Microsoft has updated its Office Accounting software, and just like last year, the company is offering free and paid versions. Office Accounting 2008 will set you back $199, while the slimmed down Office Accounting Express 2008 is available for free. If you run a small business with international clients, you might want to shell out a few bucks for the professional accounting package with...

Manage your money online with Mint

You can access your bank account online, and your credit cards, student loans, mortgage payments, etc. In fact, you can pretty much handle all of your financial transactions online these days, which is great. There's just one problem. You have to visit approximately 21,874 websites in order to do it. And that makes it difficult to get a good picture of where your money is really going. Mint wants...

Quicken to go Online

The leader in personal finance is getting set to launch a strong presence online. All startup finance applications start shaking in their winter boots. Intuit is getting ready for their winter launch of Quicken Online, a web based version of their personal finance application. If you have worried about security in the past with the recent slew of online financial software, Quicken should ease your...

Schwab tells Quicken users to change passwords

Rafe Needleman got this crazy email from Charles Schwab (the brokerage firm) indicating that he'd have to change his Quicken password to his Schwab password in order to keep getting Schwab data on Quicken. Read that again. An online service is requiring an end user to change their desktop app's password to match their online info, just to keep getting data. Wow. You think people were a little...