Beyond The Kitchen Table: Sorting Finances Online Several free financial planning services on the Web help financial slackers and diligent planners make sense of how they're spending their precious dollars. Professional financial planners say such programs are useful tools, but they don't do the heavy lifting.
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Beyond The Kitchen Table: Sorting Finances Online

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Beyond The Kitchen Table: Sorting Finances Online

Beyond The Kitchen Table: Sorting Finances Online

Beyond The Kitchen Table: Sorting Finances Online

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Mint.com is one of a number of free personal finance Web sites where consumers can get assistance with creating a budget for life. Courtesy of Mint.com hide caption

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Mint.com is one of a number of free personal finance Web sites where consumers can get assistance with creating a budget for life.

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