Organizing Snag

Reviewing data websites seemed an easy task. As you can see by my delay in getting to you, I have run into some snags. However, I will continue on my exploration path as I am excited to find options that may work to organize finances.
My first review is of Personal Capital. I heard about it from a colleague who was quite impressed. Then, I read a New York Times blog which intrigued me. http://bucks.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/09/22/personal-capital-aims-to-be-next-generation-financial-adviser/
My first snag I stumbled upon was needing to update to Adobe Flash player 11. This I had been avoiding as the last update wrecked havoc with some financial planning software I use. However, in the interest of research, I updated.
Next, I found the program Personal Capital not to be responding. As I tried simple entry information, the fill in the blank programming did not allow me to enter. This puzzles me.
I am going to move on to another organizer and come back to Personal Capital. In the meantime, I will tell you that I am the biggest fan at the moment of a home made organizer. My personal choice is a file box carry I can grab and run with or pull out to review my financial history. Not technologically savvy but always has worked. Now that I have let you know my bias, I am on to the next review.

Christine D. Moriarity, CFP