A new version of Microsoft Money, a personal-finance package with a suggested retail price of $69.95, will also be introduced today.
Microsoft Money 2.0 has automated features that help the user with basic chores, from making a budget to balancing the checkbook.
It operates in a similar way to Microsoft Money and Quicken.
Microsoft Money was Microsoft's personal finance management software.
From its inception in 1991 until its discontinuation in 2009, Microsoft Money was commercial software.
Microsoft Money can get you to the Microsoft Network, but only if you are willing to pay for it.
And its personal finance program, Microsoft Money, badly trails behind Quicken.
Many companies that are linked to Quicken offer nearly identical services through Microsoft Money.
Microsoft Money will be for personal finance management.
You can get Quicken or Microsoft Money financial software and download transactions daily.