Money 2009 - required to register online ?


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- Bobb -

I don't use any of the "fancy Money features". I have used M2004 and now
use M2006 for just my Portfolio and checking account. From browsing here
and seeing registration/Live ID issues with new versions, can you tell
me... MUST a user register with Live ID to get downloads /online updates
into new versions of Money for checking , portfolio ( broker account
downloads and price updates) ? OR is that just if I want/need Microsoft
bill paying / their online services.

Thanks
 
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Cal Learner-- MVP

In said:
I don't use any of the "fancy Money features". I have used M2004 and now
use M2006 for just my Portfolio and checking account. From browsing here
and seeing registration/Live ID issues with new versions, can you tell
me... MUST a user register with Live ID to get downloads /online updates
into new versions of Money for checking , portfolio ( broker account
downloads and price updates) ?

For those FIs who do not have "third party" in the description at
http://www.microsoft.com/money/bankonline.aspx, no LiveID is
required. For those who do have "third party" in the description,
you would need a LiveID to get the statements without using web
access. No LiveID required for web access. LiveID is not required
for quotes.
 
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- Bobb -

Cal Learner-- MVP said:
For those FIs who do not have "third party" in the description at
http://www.microsoft.com/money/bankonline.aspx, no LiveID is
required. For those who do have "third party" in the description,
you would need a LiveID to get the statements without using web
access. No LiveID required for web access. LiveID is not required
for quotes.
Thanks once again. For my bank it states "third party" so I'd need it.
Although - I'd still be able go to their website, download statements as I
currently do ? ( or depends on my bank)
 

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