How to Manage Your Personal Finances Online

by Jason Unger

While Automatic Finances teaches you how to use account aggregators, online banking and automated systems to manage your finances, there are a number of Web tools we don’t go into.

From finding a virtual financial adviser to stock-picking advice to forecasting your future financial situation, new Web tools to manage your personal finances seem to be popping up online everywhere.

The Wall Street Journal lists a number of these services in “The Best Online Tools for Personal Finance.”

Check out the whole article, but here’s who they discuss:

Budgeting

Financial Planning

Investment Tracking and Advice

Avoiding Fraud

Tracking Credit

Loan Management

The Best Online Tools for Personal Finance – Wall Street Journal

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Jack June 24, 2009 at 2:33 am

Hey great post. Truly automated systems and online bill pay facilities have made our lives much easier. I’ve been using a web tool to manage my finances and I must say I’m not disappointed. It’s a VeriSign secured tool called Billeo that manages my passwords, enables easy bill pay and also tracks my expenses. Very handy!

Craig Hilles March 26, 2011 at 6:58 am

I wanted to let you know about a new site that lets you manage your finances online: http://www.money64.com

What’s different about this site is, first, you do NOT need to link your bank accounts! Secondly, we can do custom programming and reports for you.

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