I just got an email from the fine folks of Intuit’s Canadian division, and thought I’d sneak this in while it’s giveaway week here at BudgetsAreSexy :) If you’ve been looking for some good family budget software, or always wanted to try out Quicken Home & Business, now’s your chance to win a FREE copy!
Here’s what their site says about Quicken Home & Business 2012:
See where your money goes, monitor your investments and manage your home-based business finances with Quicken Home & Business. This home business software has all the tools of Quicken Cash Manager – plus:
- Helps you choose the TFSA account type when setting up an investment account
- Lets you review and work with transactions from your spending, asset and liability accounts with the All Transactions register
- A projected account balances graph that shows you how much money you have left after upcoming bills and income
- NEW! Create a customized plan to reduce debt with new user-friendly interactive tools that make it easy to stick to your plan
If you want a chance to win this (a $109.99 value), tell us how you’ll use this, or who you’ll give it to, and you’ll be entered! We’ll announce the winner w/ all the others on Sunday night, and we’ll use Random.org to pick it. Hurry up and get your answers in by Saturday (Dec 17th) at midnight, and you’ll be entered to win. Yay financial management!
PS: Some of my favorite tools:
|Personal Capital (FREE) -- If you’re looking for a robust financial tracker, Personal Capital is the way to go! They’re like Mint, but on steroids and have much better tools for investment and net worth tracking. // Full review|
|Digit (FREE) -- A super easy (and automated) way to save. Every day Digit analyzes your income and expenses and will push money aside for you any time it sees extra sitting there. I've saved over $4,000 myself using them so far! // Full review|
|Acorns -- Having trouble finding money to invest? Check out Acorns – they round up all your transactions to the nearest $1.00 and drops the difference into an investment portfolio for you. Easy way to start investing! // Full review|