Free Quicken Online & Wall Street Journal Free Trial

October 25, 2008

Quicken Online Free

Quicken Online is Intuit’s web-based version of it’s popular personal finance software.  Quicken Online is even easier and simpler than the desktop version, offering a quick and easy way to track how you spend your money.  Now you can sign up for Quicken Online for free!

Get 2 weeks FREE

The Wall Street Journal free trial gives you free access to the online version of the Journal for two weeks and and saves you $20 if at the end of the trial you decide to subscribe to the business and financial news website.

These are two of the recent features on the deals site.  Every week or so I try and summarize the recent money makers or money savers, here are the other new additions.

$50 Deals

ShareBuilder is offering a $50 bonus for new customers. After you open an account and make a trade you’re eligible to be paid the new account promotion.  With $4 trades, the $50 should cover your fees for a while.

ING Direct has a $50 bonus if you sign up for Electric Orange Checking by the end of this month, then make at least 3 signature transactions in the first 45 days with your debit card.  This is double the bonus ING was offering last month for opening an ING Electric Orange account.

Free Trials

Lingo digital phone service has a free trial promotion running that includes free activiation, free Linksys adaptor, and the first month free.  Lingo was chosen as Wired magazine’s best VOIP phone provider last year so it might be worth trying out.  The deal is over at the end of the month so if you’re interested try it out before it ends.

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Ben Edwards, the founder of Money Smart Life, saved up enough to buy a Nintendo back when he was 12 years old. When he used the money to buy shares of Wal-Mart stock instead, he knew he wasn’t like the other kids… His addiction to personal finance has paid off for his family and now he’s helping you to afford the life that you want. Check him out on the web at Google Plus, Twitter and Facebook.


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  • kurt

    My wife has been looking at ING recently, since we get their stuff in the mail. Maybe we may have to check it out with the incentive they are offering..

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