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  • Quicken 2012: A Lot to Offer the Budget Weary

    If you're really on top of your money, never run up balances on multiple credit cards, don't miss payments and never bounce checks, you probably don't need the new version of Quicken, the popular personal finance software program from Intuit. But if you, like me, could use a little help, Quicken 2012 has a lot to offer.

  • Taking the guesswork out of inventory control

    Retail companies could improve financial and supply-chain planning, and thus increase profits, by using business intelligence systems, according to speakers and some attendees at the National Retail Federation 2007 conference, held in New York last week.