Bank Deal: Earn 1.00% APY on an FDIC-insured savings account at Barclays.
In case you’re a Quicken user like me, I thought I’d point out that Quicken 2009 is just around the corner. It’s supposed to start shipping on September 3rd, and they’re currently offering discounts ranging from 20%-36% on their various products.
Update: They’re now offering $20-$50 discounts on their most popular products, as follows:
- Quicken Deluxe 2009 (
- Quicken Premier 2009 (
- Quicken Home & Business 2009 (
- Quicken Rental Property Manager (
- Quicken Online (Free, as always)
I’m just bummed that they still haven’t updated the Mac version beyond Quicken 2007. While it still does exactly what I need it to do, it’s not a Universal Binary application, so it doesn’t run natively on an Intel processor. An update of some sort has been rumored for quite awhile now, but it hasn’t happened yet.
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