Top 10 money management sites

Published: Wednesday, Nov. 24 2010 9:05 p.m. MST

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Scott C. Marsh, a financial advisor and part-time faculty at BYU's Marriott School, and his teaching assistants combed the Internet for sites that could help people financially, whether by helping them save money or providing a service for free that people usually paid for.



Marsh required that the websites be objective, user-friendly and insightful.



Here are 10 of the sites Marsh calls "the best."


Coming at No. 10 is CreditKarma.com, a site that lets you see your credit score and reports for free. It also offers ways to improve and protect your credit.

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AnotherUtahImport
Eagle Mountain, UT

By my count it looks like seven out of these top then "money management" sites don't manage money at all. Credit reports, privacy and shopping sites are great, but they don't really fit with the title of this top ten list.

I do have to agree that Mint.com belongs at #1. If they would add estimated time to payoff debt they'd have it all.

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