Ethan on 01 Jul, 2020 09:40 PM
A few things to check:
Make sure the All button is selected at the top of your register. Some of the other options can filter out recent transactions from the active view.
Do you see a bar towards the bottom of your register that says something like '## Unconfirmed Transactions'? If so, you have the split register view active. You can either click and drag this bar up to reveal your unconfirmed transactions, or exit this view by clicking on the 'box' icon just to the right of the New Transaction button.
on 03 Jul, 2020 01:23 AM
If you’re letting this drop, please let me know and return to bondage to Quicken. I really have to get my financial program working in order to do my taxes, due on July 15. Thanks for your attention. Steve Marglin
on 03 Jul, 2020 06:04 PM
I missed this email until a friendly user alerted me to it. I don’t understand which program you are intending to use as text editor to try to open the QFX file that isn’t working in Moneydance? Do you mean Notepad?
on 03 Jul, 2020 08:31 PM
As I mentioned, I can download a csv file and import it into Excel. I’ve now tried with two different credit cards and cannot import QFX files that I have imported from the credit-card website. Any further ideas?
on 04 Jul, 2020 04:04 AM
I think you’re right. It’s not the money, I hate being taken advantage of by the Intuit monopoly and thought Moneydance with its one time fee was a fair way to get out of Intuit’s clutches. But there has to be a limit of how much time and stress one puts into this. Thanks for your wise counsel.
But are there transactions in the file that are not already in Moneydance.
Many of us has come from Quicken or its derivatives.it is a judgement for you as to what it is worth to not have to deal with them.
For me Reckon had been aggravating me for some years in a number of ways, with a failed machine I knew I was going to be in for even more aggravation. it was worthwhile for me to bite the bullet and put the effort in. Fortunately I was well outside of tax time.
just a user - I'm not saying give up on Moneydance, just don't combine it with the stress of tax deadlines.
Finish your taxes, then come back and we will help you figure out what the problem is with your QFX import. These imports work quite well - and the main question is - "is there anything in that file that hasn't already been put into Moneydance".