Thank You! (Quicken? What's a "Quicken"?)

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20 Mar, 2024 11:07 AM

My original posting here:

It was recommended that I cross-post to this forum.  I hope this posting gains traction and I encourage others to reply with their own stories of how Moneydance has gone far and done much to help them with what would normally be a tedious task.

  It's tax time again.  I'm firing up Moneydance again on my Windows 10 box, and I just had to stop and say "Thank You!" to everyone who has helped make Moneydance the Solid Steel Pillar of financial software that it is.  At least for wannabe punters like myself.

Is it a bit gnarly in places?  Yep, but then again any useful technical software can get a bit gnarly.  If you don't believe me try any decent programming IDE, or any recent PCB design software.

Does it have its "moments"?  Absolutely!  But that's expected of any reasonably complex piece of software, and I am confident that Moneydance represents thousands, if not tens of thousands, of man-hours of work to bring it to where it is today.

When it's time to "re-up" my subscription, do I do it?  No kidding!  My wallet comes outta my pocket so fast it leaves scorch-marks on my bum!

I've been a loyal user for the last several years and I cannot imagine doing any kind of accounting with anything other than Moneydance.

I am indebted to the loyal members of the forums for helping a wannabe punter navigate the intricacies of accounting in general and Moneydance in particular.

I am indebted to the hard working developers and testers who make Moneydance the wonderful piece of software it is.

I vigorously promote it whenever I can.  I don't know if I've managed to drive any business your way, but I hope so.

Again, a huge round of applause and a hearty "Thank You!" from someone who appreciates the effort you all have put into this piece of software.


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