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BRENNA84 SparkPoints: (51,788)
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2/5/12 8:55 P

i'm dubious with mint cuz it goes online to your bank. Now i'm finding a big problem with EVErY online and offline software I find. ughhh!

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 18,923
2/5/12 11:51 A

"and how does ur method work?"

I enter everything into Quicken. It really is eye-opening to see WHERE all you money goes.
Come tax time, I print out reports and all my documentation ready in no time.

AUNTFANNYJANE Posts: 822
2/4/12 10:12 P

Just was wondering the same thing for myself. I'd like my budgeting to be a little easier to figure out and was wondering about mint.com as well as Quicken. What is your reason for not wanting to use mint? I have tried to connect everything online through my bank, but it hasn't worked out how I hoped.

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2/4/12 6:43 P

and how does ur method work?

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 18,923
2/4/12 11:24 A

DOS is what we used before Windows was invented.

I do not import anything.

BRENNA84 SparkPoints: (51,788)
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2/3/12 2:41 P

what are the days of dos?

okay thanx. how do you import transactions from your bank using that software?

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 18,923
2/1/12 9:53 A

I have been using Quicken since the days of DOS... love it!

BRENNA84 SparkPoints: (51,788)
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2/1/12 5:26 A

I am trying to find an easy to use, not MINT software to budget. I am using the trial verion of "You need a budget" and its not AS great as they made it out to be.

any ideas?

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