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Best websites to help manage your money

One site keeps tabs on spending and sorts the information into graphs, another collects and explains medical bills.

Mint.com is a site whose free, secure financial management service “shows all the money you make, all that you spend, and how you can handle it better.” You begin by entering access information for all your bank accounts and credit cards. The service tracks and sorts spending by category, allows you to view patterns as graphs, and sends you e-mail alerts when you’re running low in defined budget categories.

Manilla.com sorts your electronic mail and helps you stay on top of bills. “It tells you the key tidbits,” like how much you owe on a bill and when it’s due. The service also tracks frequent-flier miles.

Simplee.com “collects and explains those baffling medical bills you’d need to be a brain surgeon to decode.” Charges are shown in a simple, consistent format, and you get advice on where to find savings.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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