CountAbout named fastest growing personal finance software
June 20, 2021 SaaSworthy just named CountAbout as the fastest growing personal finance software. Here is what they had to say: CountAbout is an easy-to-use online personal finance application that imports data from Quicken and Mint and automatically downloads data from banking, credit card, and retirement accounts. Seamlessly import data from Quicken and Mint, and Read more »
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Compare Camp reviewed CountAbout. They gave CountAbout a score of 8.2 out of a possible 10 points. Here is what they had to say: CountAbout is a budgeting software that’s simple and easy to use. It lets you monitor spending, track investments, manage your bills, reconcile transactions, and more. You can import Quicken and Mint Read more »
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Frugal Living Tips from the Great Depression We are slowly starting to emerge from the shadow the the coronavirus has cast over our lives this past year and a half. I can’t tell you how many times I heard the word “unprecedented” during 2020 and the beginning of 2021. While COVID-19 was certainly a unique Read more »
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August 5, 2019 Wall Street Survivor reviewed CountAbout. Here is what they had to say: Keeping track of finances can be a confusing and daunting task for anyone… …thankfully, CountAbout has got you covered. CountAbout is a highly functional, easy-to-use online personal finance application. The application requires no software to install so you can use Read more »
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January 10, 2021 PlayLouder.com reviewed their top 5 personal bookkeeping software options, including CountAbout. Here is what they had to say: CountAbout CountAbout is an easy-to-use online personal finance application. With no software to install, it is anywhere you have an Internet connection. Their platform is stable, secure, and totally private. It might be a Read more »
As the new year approaches, it’s a good time to conduct a year-end review of your finances. If you’re already using Quicken or Mint to keep tabs on your dollars and cents, there’s a new app that’s hoping to replace them. Read the full review here... Read more »
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