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Byline: NANCY GONDO
Unless you have an accountant -- or are one yourself -- keeping track of your stock portfolio can be tough. But new versions of Intuit Inc.'s Quicken and Microsoft Corp.'s Money aim to help.
To beef up Money, Microsoft's teamed with a range of big-name financial services firms. For instance, you'll get a free consultation with an American Express financial adviser, free online tax prep and one federal filing through H&R Block. You'll also get a free credit report and one year of monitoring from Equifax.
Microsoft itself offers a year of its free online bill paying service, which normally costs $2.95 a month. Microsoft estimates …