Intuit's Visa Makes It Easier To See Where Your Money Is Going

One of the most popular uses of home computers is personal finance management. But one drawback in using a PC to track how much you spend is that you must manually key in all of your expenses, such as utility bills and credit card statements. Intuit Inc., the leading maker of home financial software, has devised a way to eliminate some of the typing. The Menlo Park (Calif.) company has teamed up with Visa USA Inc. and Primerica Bank for a new service called IntelliCharge, an electronic credit-card statement.

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