ISO online FREE 'Quicken' type product: a check register

<p>In this day and age of stolen laptops and teens living in the cloud/cyberspace, I am looking for a FREE 'check book' register program like Quicken for my departed freshman DS1 that is online. I got all excited about Mint but found it wasn't a check book register.</p>

<p>It doesn't have to link to a checking account, I would actually prefer it to be manual, but either is OK. 'Free' is important because I am thinking of using this for a school club as well.</p>

<p>Is anyone using something like this that they like (or dislike)?</p>

<p>I found this webpage listing a few with some reviews, so if anyone has opinions, I'd appreciate them. Some of them have a fee, so I have to read carefully.</p>

<p>Web</a> Based - Top Finance Software</p>

<p>These were the two that looked the most promising:</p>

<p>Home:</a> FinanceWorks
<a href="https://www.clearcheckbook.com/%5B/url%5D"&gt;https://www.clearcheckbook.com/&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>Many thanks in advance!</p>

<p>My first thought about stolen laptops is what about hacking into info in the cloud, whether that be financial or one of those back ups (Carbonite etc) isn't there always that risk, too and wouldn't that be an attractive target? I don't know, but I wonder</p>

<p>I always check with the PC Magazine family of sites to see what's out there and the ratings. checkbook</a> downloads - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET</p>

<p>somemom, the reason 'stolen' was mentioned is because a computer based program would be a bit more of a pain to replicate, even with Carbonite, than a web based one. And 'hacking' is another reason why I think a manual, unlinked program would be better. </p>

<p>Erin's Dad, good list, I may go back to it. But they are all PC based, not web?</p>