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Best websites to keep track of your spending

These sites will help you allocate your money and live within your means.

Mint.com helps more than a million users stay on top of their spending. Once account information is uploaded, Mint provides “immediate insight” into expenditures and provides advice on setting up a budget.

Wesabe.com takes a “social-networking approach” to budgeting. Its program tracks each user’s spending and compares it with that of others on the site, offering “personalized tips” on how to manage costs.

Pennyminder.com provides a spending calendar, which can be used to track outlays in such categories as Transportation, Groceries, and Entertainment. It’s “ideal for families with multiple spenders.”

Youneedabudget.com tailors its tools for people “trying to pay off debt.” It allocates each earned dollar on a monthly basis, helping users “make adjustments” if spending gets out of control.

Source: U.S. News and World Report

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