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Re: Microsoft Money UK to Qicken 2010

Stan Kay
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      08-31-2009, 04:26 PM
I too am doing the same as Rupert.

"rupert" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> "peter" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>> Just bought last weak Quicken 2010 to have an oppotunity to make my home
>> finance, when money stops quote updating in the near future
>> Working with money for more than a decade in a very sufficient way, it
>> was
>> very hard to change to quicken 2010.
>> Money was simple and efficient.
>> As Quicken is new to me, it is difficult to get the overview as fast, as
>> I
>> had it with money.
>> But after several days using it, I get used to it.
>> I was not able to transfer my investment accounts to Quicken, so I did it
>> all, account by account manually.
>> Today I am happy to have an alternative to money, but I would prefer
>> money,
>> when Microsoft changes their position of ending money support.
>> I would be very much interested, how you guys plan to manage your
>> personel
>> finances after money quits.
>> Thanks
>> Peter
>> --
>> pe
>> --
>> pe

> Well all I intend to do is carrying on using Money 2004 and manually
> update stock prices every week or so. I can't see any reason to use any
> other software package.

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