May 5, 2010

Manage Bank Budget Personal Expense:: Intuit co.in

It is now easy to manage the multiple Bank Accounts you have. Quicken Budget Personal Expense:: Intuit co.in

Tired of logging-in through multiple sites for multiple bnk accounts?Try d Intuit Money Manager :)

Tired of tracking multiple expenses?Try d Intuit Money Manager :)

Forget credit card bill payment date? Intuit Money Manager will remind you via email, sms.

Trial of 90 days.
30 Rs. per month thereafter is well priced for Indian Market.

It auto detects the expenses and draws a graph for you. Find where you spend money .

The Indian version is not live 24x7 as of now. Still worth a try. Needless to say it is very secure.
Visit https://moneymanager.intuit.co.in/

About Intuit:
Intuit Inc. (Intuit) is a provider of business and financial management solutions. The Company operates in seven segments: Financial Management Solutions, which includes QuickBooks financial and business management software and services, technical support, and financial supplies; Employee Management Solutions, which provides payroll products and services for small businesses; Payments Solutions, which provides merchant services for small businesses, including credit and debit card processing; Consumer Tax, which includes TurboTax income tax preparation products and services for consumers and small businesses; Accounting Professionals, which includes Lacerte and ProSeries professional tax products and services; Financial Institutions, which consists of outsourced online services for banks and credit unions, and Other Businesses, which includes Quicken personal finance products and services. On July 23, 2009, the Company acquired PayCycle, Inc.

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3 comments:

arun said...

This link works http://www.intuit-money-manager.intuit.in/choose-money-manager.html

anoop said...

Using it for 3 months...good...though I prefer valueresearch to moneycontrol

Vidyuth Srinivasan said...

Thanks for featuring us. We'd like to know what benefits you're seeing after using Intuit Money Manager for a while...