Member since: Aug 22nd, 2005
Jun 11th 2009 9:11AM I own the most current edition of Money and I use it to manage our family's finances (3 credit cards, 2 banks, 9 bank accounts, brokerage accounts, bills, etc.) I've been using Money for about 10 years. I've got a page-long list of complaints with Money but I'm reluctant to switch to Quicken (or another product) because of my personal investment in Money. Money is bloated, poorly organized, and doesn't give me the information I need in a manner that I want it. It can't produce a simple budget. Reconciling credit card statements is a nightmare. It's clear that Microsoft gave up on Money years ago. The switch to another system will be painful but I'm glad that Microsoft is forcing me to do so. Does anyone have a suggestion on what I should switch to? Thanks.
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