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November 20, 2006


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I LOVE Mvelopes - I use it to track my money and budget. I never budgeted before (or, to be honest, I budgeted after-the-fact - like being shocked at how much I HAD spent that month). Unlike Quicken, I don't have to wait to see how I'm meeting my budget once the money has been spent - I can just take a quick look at my envelopes and see how I'm doing.

Seeing the envelopes in the red has a good effect on me, too - it makes me ashamed and want to do better!

I really am a fan of Mvelopes - it took me a while to get the hang of it, but now I adore it and it's really helping me meet my goals.

Count me as another fan of Mvelopes. I had a few problems with it at first (like getting my transactions to download), but overall, I think it's great. I especially like being able to access it from anywhere at anytime. Also, as mentioned above, being able to see at a glance where you stand with your budget is very helpful, and it gives you a more realistic idea of where you are spending.

Why pay for this when you can use for free? It's essentially the same thing.

I had used Quicken for many years before trying Mvelopes. I became sold when my wife actually liked it. I've been using Mvelopes now for more than a year and pay for it with budget savings.

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