I've had it with Quicken

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Sue Swafford

02 May, 2016 12:42 AM

I am more than ready to quit Quicken. I wish I could go back to Quicken 2001, before they added so much useless stuff I don't want, don't need, and is messing up my data.

 My main concern is downloading from my 10 banks, credit union and brokerage, some with multiple accounts. Will Moneydance follow a list, go to each institution, and download transactions? Allow categorization? Keep track of transfers between my accounts? About the only reporting I use is Spending by category.

Please tell me Moneydance doesn't do billpay. I do all my billpay at my bank, and I can't imagine anybody wanting to sit down at their pc and do it.

I'm a Windows 10/ Android person, though I don't plan to put my finance information on my phone. It's already in Dropbox.

I found your discussion in Amazon. It made me feel a little hope.

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