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Old 12-24-2020, 12:19 AM   #21
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Never used Quicken or any other personal financial software for day to day. I did start using a retirement software package in my late forties.
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Old 12-25-2020, 08:24 AM   #22
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I’ve been very happy with You Need A Budget (YNAB).

I also use Personal Capital for seeing all of my bank and investment accounts in one place, plus I like their very easy to use Retirement Planner. Serious retirement and investment management is done with our assigned Vanguard rep on their proprietary software.
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I’ve been very happy with You Need A Budget (YNAB).

I also use Personal Capital for seeing all of my bank and investment accounts in one place, plus I like their very easy to use Retirement Planner. Serious retirement and investment management is done with our assigned Vanguard rep on their proprietary software.
Just curious, do you pay for YNAB? I looked it up a while ago and was quite surprised to find that it costs more than Quicken.
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Just curious, do you pay for YNAB? I looked it up a while ago and was quite surprised to find that it costs more than Quicken.


$45/year, which I am very happy to pay, because my use of that software and their process since about 2012 has saved me thousands and thousands of $ and allowed me a tremendous level of cashflow clarity and control.
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$45/year, which I am very happy to pay, because my use of that software and their process since about 2012 has saved me thousands and thousands of $ and allowed me a tremendous level of cashflow clarity and control.
They are now $84/yr or $11.99/mo.

https://www.youneedabudget.com/pricing/

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Thanks. I might have been grandfathered in at a lower rate.
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