What Are The Best Alternatives To Quicken?
Quicken is a popular personal finance tracking program, but it's not the only one available. We break down some of the best alternatives to Quicken, and who should consider using them.
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1. Mint.com - This free online tool allows you to track your spending and do basic budgeting.
2. You Need A Budget (YNAB) - This tool is one of the most robust budgeting platforms. It is based on zero-dollar budgeting - where you give every dollar a task based on your prior month's income.
3.EveryDollar - This is very similar to YNAB, but it's from Dave Ramsey's company and follows his principles very closely.
4. Personal Capital - This is a more investment-focused personal finance tool and is the one that I use.
Check out Personal Capital here: https://thecollegeinvestor.com/capital
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