Ethan on 04 Jul, 2021 09:06 PM
In addition to the above advice, I'd also encourage you to download our free trial version from http://infinitekind.com/downloads and experiment with the program before you decide if you would like to purchase it. The demo version is fully functional and allows you to manually enter 100 transactions. Imported transactions are not limited, so you'll be able to fully test things like importing from other programs and connections with your bank. If you decide to purchase the program at a later date (from http://infinitekind.com/purchase) you can keep all your data, the license key simply unlocks the ability to manually enter more transactions.
If you have trouble importing your data into the trial version, let us know what seems to be going wrong, and we can offer suggestions.
on 05 Jul, 2021 12:05 AM
Thanks Ethan. I will try this. I am currently using Q 2014, no longer
supported, and am not interested in a subscription. Moneydance seems to
fit my relatively basic needs but I do not want to lose all the historical
financial data that resides in Q.
on 05 Jul, 2021 04:07 PM
Importing my Quicken2014 QIF file as per your instructions seems to
have worked beautifully. The MoneyDance format for my various accounts is
quite similar to the Quicken format (and functionality) I am used to.
All this is preparatory to purchasing a new desktop computer and I have
looked at your Knowledge Base articles on transferring MD to a new
computer. I think my best option will be to export my Quicken data to a
QIF file on a removable disk. Then download the MD program on my new
computer and import the data from the removable disk. That would seem
less complicated than the transferring process. Am I missing something.