Microsoft is rumoured to be beefing up its US portal with a personal finance service.
According to US reports, Microsoft will launch the service, called Money Central, next week as part of its new strategy to take on popular portals Yahoo and AOL as well as companies offering online financial services like Intuit.
The site is said to include information from MSN?s current financial resources, MSN Investor, Money Insider and Home Advisor rather than enlisting partners to supply the content.
Representatives for Microsoft were unable to confirm the reports.
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