Considering Money Dance

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Rob D Hoover

02 Dec, 2021 03:09 PM

In the past I have used Quicken and then switched to the premium Countabout so I have a few questions.
Is this cloud based or is my banking information kept on my computer?
Does the ability to download transactions stop after the subscription?
Can I download previous information from Cuntabout through a csv file?

Thank you for your time.

  1. 1 Posted by dtd on 02 Dec, 2021 04:46 PM

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    just a user:

    MD is not a cloud based product. Information is kept on your computer.
      --- there are some internet based features, like downloading information from your bank, or syncing between computers/devices, but both are optional, and encrypted if you use them.

    There is no subscription for MD itself. Ability to download transactions (via OFX) is never deprecated. There is a new subscription service called MD+, but it is optional. If you did end that subscription ($2/month), you would not be able to download transactions through that service, but could continue via OFX.

    I don't know anything about Countabout, but there are ways to import QIF, OFX, to all accounts, and CSV to banking/credit cards (not investment accounts).

    Hope that helps.

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