Intuit removing Money Manager from

POSTED BY Raj ON December 5, 2012 1:30 am COMMENTS (4)

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?

4 replies on this article “Intuit removing Money Manager from”

  1. Brijesh Hejmady says:

    As a paid user of Perfios, i’ll certainly recommend it. Its the best money manager available.

  2. Bond Bhai says:

    Perfios is good, i have an account with them. I have not used it completely, but looks like an amazing tool.

  3. Karthik says:

    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.

  4. Hi, My name is Aditya and I am from Perfios. I suggest you start using Perfios, here you get a a ‘free forever’ account (we work on a Freemium model). Registration is with just 1 email id. We support all institutions for auto-fetch of transactions and we even support more than 600 different types of e-statements for upload. Do give it a try –

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Download Our FREE Ebook!

Available only for first 100 people today

Download Our FREE Ebook!

Available only for first 100 people today