POSTED BY December 5, 2012 1:30 am COMMENTS (4)ON
Just got a mail from Intuit informing that the Intuit Money Manager service offered in association with Moneycontrol will not be available after 28-Feb-2013. However, it continues to be available from ICICI Bank.
Strange to see players like Intuit who is known for cross platform products sticking with a single bank in India. From now onwards to use Money manager you need to have a ICICI account – ironically ICICI was worst to track using Money manager due to their OTP system etc.
What are other options?
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4 replies on this article “Intuit removing Money Manager from Moneycontrol.com”
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Perfios is good, i have an account with them. I have not used it completely, but looks like an amazing tool.
I personally used both Intuit moneymanager from ICICI and Perfios.
Perfios is a clear winner. Intuit cannot handle mutual funds, ULIPs etc. whereas Perfios handles everything I tried (I have a variety of mutual funds, and multiple logins – direct AMC, demat, Karvy/CAMS Registrar login).
In addition, Perfios provides % IRR for your mutual fund transactions which is awesome.
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