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Quicken Online Now 100% FREE

Quicken Online is now 100% FREE for personal users.

Their online system allows you to manage all your bank accounts, credit cards, and even PayPal from a centralized location.

Instead of having to log into all your online savings accounts individually to track your balances, you just provide Quicken with your login details and it will aggregate all your information.

It is a very slick tool and I’m glad to see that it is now free.

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  1. jja said:
    on October 18th at 01:13 am

    Also available is a tool at mint.com. Could be why quicken online is now free.

  2. amanda said:
    on October 18th at 09:49 am

    tried signing up for quicken online and was told that it’d only be free through december, and then 2.99/mo thereafter…

  3. Toni Pons said:
    on October 18th at 03:14 pm

    Is it safe to provide your login details to Quicken?

  4. BC said:
    on October 18th at 03:25 pm

    According to Quicken when I tried to sign up for their “free” account:
    – “The Quicken Online Beta program has ended. What does this mean?We have moved from the Beta stage and become a subscription-based service. So, to keep using Quicken Online, please subscribe.”

    well that’s that

  5. R. Patel said:
    on October 18th at 10:16 pm

    The are bound to acquire many more users.

  6. FixThePig said:
    on October 19th at 07:33 am

    This can be a very good tool for managing your personal finances; bottom line is that you still need to be responsible and manage to a budget, and this is a great tool to help with that.

  7. hassen said:
    on October 20th at 02:25 am

    AMANDA.check mint.com ,Isign up it is free

  8. Art said:
    on October 20th at 06:14 am

    Yeah.. it is not totally FREE

    Art

    http://www.logobogo.com

  9. Mark said:
    on October 20th at 06:28 am

    Good information …

    Thanks,

    Mark

    http://savingmyhome.net/

  10. Travelinator said:
    on October 20th at 06:39 am

    Quicken should go free and monetize there site like you did here. PPC! Free products and make the money on the clicks.

  11. Jessica said:
    on October 20th at 05:31 pm

    Sorry, while Quicken was focusing on profits, a free site has already gained my loyalty.

    mint.com

    Check it out, it tracks my spending and 401k better than my 401k’s site. If Quicken had given their tech away years ago, they would have had a great shot at me. No more.

  12. J said:
    on October 20th at 06:11 pm

    This is my opinion here it is

    I wouldnt give them my info THOUGH THEY DAY THEY NEVER SEE IT WHEN I WENT TO MINT.COM

    How can that be???

    Anywebpage account at your bank TAKE A LOOK it has your name, it has your other info

    If I am wrong I apologize, no bad intent meant, but i read mint.com story and went to see what they said and thats what I concluded

    all my info in one place scares me

  13. Scott Pape - the barefoot investor said:
    on October 20th at 11:37 pm

    Its the way of the future.

    Free – is the way to go.
    Online – is the way to go.

    When you combine the two you make more money!
    – tread your own path!

  14. Travelinator said:
    on October 21st at 04:03 am

    Off topic:

    I would think a blog worth 15 million dollars would post a allot more then a couple times a week. If I bought it you better be posting good content daily like a banshee. There are so many better blogs out there who deliver great content daily but they barely get by financially, yet some dude games Google, throws up a couple of simple posts a week and some nim rod pays 15 million smackers for it.

    The internet world is a goofy place.

  15. naruto said:
    on October 22nd at 11:55 pm

    i’m not understand…

  16. lucari said:
    on October 29th at 04:40 pm

    whatis quicken ???

  17. charles said:
    on October 30th at 09:18 pm

    Hey, has everyone gone nuts?! In this age of rampant identity theft and abuse of private information, why would anyone want to enter their most personal information (your finances) into a web browser/Intuit database were it is vulnerable to being hacked, exploited, and data-mined by advertisers and marketers? Too many institutions and prying eyes already know too much about each of us… let’s not hand them our privacy and identity on a silver platter. If you haven’t already guessed, this free/low cost repository for your financial information is a brilliant scheme to collect your private financial information in a way that is not obvious or threatening. Break out a notebook, pencil and calculator and keep your information private!

  18. gary said:
    on November 8th at 12:55 am

    better yet, let’s keep all our money in shoe boxes and under the mattress. oh, and don’t bother me, i’m living in my compound in Montana, thank you very much.

  19. Peter said:
    on January 24th at 05:34 am

    Saasu.com is still free but limited transactions per month. Pretty cheap too.