I saw this question, which was not definitively answered. I also found Billshare and Bills Are In through Lifehacker a few months back, and those look to be 2 of the more promising sites.

So I was wondering if anyone has had experience with one or both of these sites? How do they compare?

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From the Billshare website:

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I tried to check the blog, but it does not seem to be up and running. Not to be a smartass or anything, but I think that the biggest difference is that Bills Are In still seems to be functional.

  • haha oops I guess I missed that one and now I have my answer. Thanks. – NoCatharsis Oct 19 '10 at 14:54

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