Moving From Quicken to YNAB 4

As an envelope budget user for the last five years, and specifically a You Need a Budget user for the last two, I've been looking for ways to cut ties with Quicken. I love Quicken's functionality, and it's been an integral part of managing my money since high school, if you can believe it. But … Continue reading Moving From Quicken to YNAB 4

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Making the Switch to Online Accounting Software

For the purposes of running my online business, I'm looking to make the switch from PC to Mac sometime this year. We upgraded to all-Mac systems at my office earlier this year, and I'm really impressed with the speed and interface of Macs, and equally disappointed with the new Windows 8 and even plans for … Continue reading Making the Switch to Online Accounting Software

How Well Does Your Bank Protect Your Personal Information?

Today's guest post is from Patrick Russo. Patrick writes for DepositAccounts.com, a website that monitors products and rates at more than 7,500 banks and credit unions and that pairs that information with comprehensive commentary, reviews, tools, and community forums to equip and guide depository banking consumers. Identity theft and guarding personal information are important topics … Continue reading How Well Does Your Bank Protect Your Personal Information?

The Value of an Angie’s List Membership

Launched in 1995 as a site aggregating verified online reviews, Angie's List reached mainstream popularity in the last few years, and boasts about 1.5 million subscribers. After constantly hearing about Angie's List, I decided to finally give it a try. What pushed me over the edge was a recent decision to get the windows tinted … Continue reading The Value of an Angie’s List Membership