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Runners Up

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Features
User provides account login information
Cost
Outstanding features
Account aggregation
Mobile access
Online bill pay
Reports and charts
Suggests ways to spend less
Account types supported
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    Pros: creates spending reports and graphs, tracks more types of accounts than any other site, automatically aggregates and updates account data, offers money-saving suggestions, award-w …
    Cons: must provide login information for all accounts, some see money-saving suggestions as ads
    not avail.
     
    Yes
    Free
    Robust functionalities, user-friendly interface
    Yes
    Yes
    No
    Comprehensive
    Yes, through Ways to Save
    Banking, credit card, investment, loan
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
     
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    Pros: excellent for creating simple budgets, keeps track of IOUs for groups, variety of security options, can update via Twitter
    Cons: tracks only banking and credit card accounts, ategory allocation somewhat confusing, free membership limited to five financial accounts
    not avail.
     
    Optional
    Free for up to five people; unlimited membership *Est. $3 per month
    Budgeting, tracking group expenses
    Yes
    Yes
    No
    Basic
    No
    Banking, credit card
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
     
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    Pros: vast range of educational articles and courses, aimed at women 20 to 50 years old, personalized finance plans and reports
    Cons: focus may put off men, online courses need upgraded membership, fewer financial institutions supported
    not avail.
     
    Yes
    Free; premium memberships starting at $69
    Targeted at women; articles and online bootcamps and courses
    Yes
    Yes, through Pulse Mobile news, available free for iOS and Android devices
    No
    Comprehensive
    Yes, through personal plans
    Banking, credit cards, investments, loans
    N/A
    N/A
    N/A
     

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