Yahoo’s New Personal Finance Site

Yahoo launched a new personal finance today site to help you manage your money.

Use tools and guides to learn about balancing your budget, handling taxes, IRAs, just about everything in your life, or could be in your life, that’s got a dollar sign on it. Check these out, for instance:

Traditional vs. Roth 401(k)s
How will payroll adjustments affect my take-home pay?
Home Refinancing Basics

— BEN POPKEN

Yahoo Personal Finance [Official Site via Lifehacker]

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  1. Gopher bond says:

    Yahoo used to have a great money management section that connected to all of your online investments, checking accounts, saving accounts, IRA’s, CD’s, credit cards, etc. Then they’d spit out the information onto one page so you could track all your expenses and income in near real-time. Then they stopped the interaction between other institutions several years ago and I stopped using Yahoo and have never been back. This doesn’t look like something that’s going to make that change.

  2. Mr. Gunn says:

    Ben, you get the Ric Romero award for this one. Bankrate.com has been doing the same thing, better and for longer.

    (At least that’s what your girlfriend said….)

    testsicles – sounds like they were using Yodlee. You can get that now with MS Money or some Band of America accounts.

  3. Ben Popken says:

    Mr. Gunn, comments on a blog? People have been doing that for years. ARPAnet had comments enabled. I nominate you for the Stevie Wonder award for being so blind to this obviousness. Now if only Consumerist enabled picture embedding so I could paste in a picture of Stevie Wonder playing the piano with penises for fingers.