First Hawaiian Bank, Honolulu, has joined the many financial institutions planning to offer PC-based banking services next year using the two leading personal finance software packages.

The $7.5 billion-asset bank said last week that it would offer on-line banking to its customers through Intuit Inc.'s market-leading Quicken and Microsoft Corp.'s popular Money software.

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