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Of Bitcoins and e-bullion: The sad history of virtual currency

Bitcoins may be all the rage, but they're not the first digital currency to attempt to replace paper money.

Bitcoin surges past $100, gains Expensify support

By making Bitcoin an official reimbursement option, Expensify joins the list of businesses incorporating the virtual currency.

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Intuit previews Mint Home & Business,TurboTax CPA Select

Calling itself a '30-year-old startup,' Intuit threw a party to show off new and upcoming apps—and the kitchen table where it all began.

Quicken 2013 vs. Mint: Is Intuit's free service better than its flagship software?

Both products deliver useful tools for tracking and planning your finances. One is free, but some would argue the other is less costly.

Digital wallet wars heat up

Banks, telcos and Internet companies like Google are among those who are vying to have the default app for mobile payments.

Rejected by Kickstarter? 'Roll your own' with Selfstarter instead

This new open source platform lets anyone launch an ad hoc crowdfunding site by simply forking its code.

Quicken 2013 Adds Support for Free Android, iOS Apps

Quicken 2013--the latest version of Intuit's personal finance desktop software--can sync with free Android and iOS apps, but it's more expensive than ever.

Payroll services in the cloud: Intuit vs. ADP

When running a small business, you want to keep your staff happy with timely, accurate paychecks. Which cloud-based payroll service does the better job: Intuit Online Payroll or RUN by ADP?

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QuickBooks Online goes global

QuickBooks Online accounting software for small businesses is expanding its reach to support local tax codes and languages around the world.