PCMag.com, October 26, 2018
Probably the two best-known, most mature personal finance applications are Quicken and Mint; despite their strengths, each has its disadvantages. Quicken is expensive and is focused on the desktop, while Mint occasionally interrupts you with credit card ads. CountAbout has none of those weaknesses. This web-based and subscription-supported tool can import data files from both of those Editors’ Choice award-winning services. CountAbout supports account management, budgets, its own brand of reports and widgets, and recurring transactions. Still, the service lacks three Mint and Quicken features that keep it from getting a higher score: a dashboard, an overview of your financial information, and the ability to track investments.
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