If you want online bill pay, the fee goes up to .95 per month.Heaven forbid you have a business – you start at .95 per month for Quicken, and jump to .95 per month for Quickbooks.
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And guess what, Wells Fargo now charges $3 per month if you want to access your online balances and transactions through Quicken.
And that is just the personal level with no online bill pay.
Either way, I don't think the future of my money involves a 350 megabyte CD-based installer.
Do you use Quicken, Quick Books or Microsoft Money?
Oh, and all of my accounts connect with Quicken just fine!
As for my brokerage accounts, I use Scottrade for trading and investing.It focused on one thing and one thing only - to be a local register for all your money. Of course, this isn't all Money's fault, it's the banks, it's the data consortiums like OFX and IFX and it's the back end systems. It paints unspeakably slowly, and in the 5 months I've been using it, it's updated itself at least three times, presumably in order to play well with Vista. Chasing data feeds in order to get my small mind around my smaller money. I use their online tools, and they continue to get better, adding Ajaxy goodness, some powered by Corillian/Check Free (my employer). Desktop App" Sells will disagree vehemently, but if I can get an application online, I'm more likely to use it, and use it often.Then came the fancy stuff, and the advertising and upselling. Data's not pretty, and Money and Quicken are forced to create local rules to parse out the data they get from bank and the bill payment clearing house and built lists of rules of regular expressions to convert JITB#45 into "Jack In The Box." Plus, if you don't log into your Money or Quicken for a few months, just try catching up and reconciling, especially if your bank only holds 90 days or less of account history. Even more, these OFX feeds that bring this data into Microsoft Money and Quicken may starting costing extra. Sure, a lot, if not all, of the cool features of a site like Wesabe could be had via a connected local desktop application, but then there's all the updating and what not.So on Saturday, I was checking out some new investing apps for my i Pad, when I started using Wikinvest – a cool little app that lets you track your portfolio.Well, I input my information for my Wells Fargo PMA Account, and I got a warning that Wells Fargo may charge a fee for this. I figured that since I had been updating my Wells Fargo accounts with Quicken for ages, this didn’t apply.I diligently have exported and imported, massaged and cajoled over 20 years (yes, twenty) of financial data from my first sole-proprietorship at 15 until today moving accounts and account data from bank to bank and from PFM to PFM.