YNAB 3.0: Second Look

In January, I put up a long review of the newest version of YNAB, being fairly disappointed in how it stacked up to other alternatives I was using at the time, like Mvelopes. Knowing how to create a budget was a good start, but I needed the right tool to help me make my plan … Continue reading YNAB 3.0: Second Look


The Slow Monopoly of Mint.com

Ten years ago, when I first seriously got into personal finance and started using yearly versions of Quicken, there was a decent amount of choice. The big players, Quicken and Microsoft Money, kept each other somewhat on their toes and new features were implemented over the base design, although Quicken never really changed much. Somewhere … Continue reading The Slow Monopoly of Mint.com