After Money Plus sunset, can I download bank statements automatica


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SpyglassSally

I understand, but don't like, the fact the MS is going to sunset Money Plus.
I don't use it to pay bills online or get stock market quotes. I do use it
to write checks and download my credit card statements automatically so I can
also monitor my budget using Money's categories. I understand I will still
be able to write checks, but my question is will I still be able to
automatically download my bank statements or is that part of the online
services that will be discontinued? If not, does anyone know of a product I
can buy which will allow me to import my Money file and do the above?
 
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Dick Watson

After expiration, Money will no longer download anything for you. If you can
download a QIF or OFX file from your bank's web site, then Money will be able
to import it.

As to migration strategies, please read more posts. There is no one simple
answer and there are dozens of threads and hundreds of posts on the subject
already.
 
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Cal Learner-- MVP

I understand, but don't like, the fact the MS is going to sunset Money Plus.
I don't use it to pay bills online or get stock market quotes. I do use it
to write checks and download my credit card statements automatically so I can
also monitor my budget using Money's categories. I understand I will still
be able to write checks, but my question is will I still be able to
automatically download my bank statements or is that part of the online
services that will be discontinued?
The later in 2011-- depending on what you mean by automatic. You
will be able to File->Import OFX files from your credit card company
via their web site, which most offer.
If not, does anyone know of a product I
can buy which will allow me to import my Money file and do the above?
You might read, tho the volume of posts may be large. Repeating all
of that now would just re-re-repeat.
 
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Possible solution...

I was faced with the same problem, and dislike the alternative solutions such as quicken or gnucash, so I wrote a tool that connects to the bank and downloads statments for all accounts and makes them in 1 ofx file which you can import with 3 clicks. I got it working, and am wondering if others in the same situation would be willing to use the tool for $7.50/month. I'm attempting to gauge interest. If it's there, I'll build the product tool and make it available to others. It's pretty slick.

Regards,

Michael D. Bailey
 

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