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Robert Dagley

22 Jun, 2022 10:18 PM

Does Moneydance allow you to enter your transactions on a register similar to Microsoft Money

  1. 1 Posted by dwg on 22 Jun, 2022 10:43 PM

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    I'm a fellow user.

    I cannot specifically answer in regards to a comparison with Microsoft Money, however you enter transactions into a register that looks very similar to a paper based accounting journal. This register is also similar to Quicken.

  2. 2 Posted by derekkent23 on 23 Jun, 2022 07:46 AM

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    I am not support staff, just a user.
    Hi Robert

    To add to the information provided by dwg Moneydance is similar to Microsoft Money. I imported all my data from Money back in 2016 and haven’t regrated it.

    Try it out for yourself.

    The downloaded version of Moneydance is a full working version with the only limit being a maximum of 100 manually entered transactions, with no time limit. Imported files from other financial programs and your bank have no limit on imports, provided that you do not confirm them. If you decided to purchase, you are sent a key by email that unlocks the 100-manual transaction limit. If after testing with this free trial version you purchase and change your mind see the 90 day money back guaranty at

    For the future Moneydance never sunsets the version it releases. So, you don’t have to upgrade. If you won’t to upgrade the next version is free (say 2021 to 2022) and from then on you get a 50% discount. All upgrades within a version are free.

    Make sure you are running this build of Moneydance
    For information on how to use Moneydance see

    If you need a pointer on how to import data from Money just post.

    Hope this helps.

  3. Maddy closed this discussion on 23 Jun, 2022 11:58 AM.

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