£19.41), next up is Quicken Deluxe 2012 which costs a very reasonable US .99 (approx.GPB £38.85) but that’s thirty-eight quid that I don’t have at the moment.Consider Quicken, but also consider other personal finance software as well.
While the software works for basic money management tasks, it does not include tech support or any features that required internet services.If you're looking for more, here are three options for replacing Microsoft Money software.) and withdrawn a total of £150 from cash machines (including supermarket cashback facilities).I found the reports a little buggy in Money 2004, in 2005 they are much improved. I backed-up my Money 2004 (.mny) file, uninstalled Money 2004 and installed Money 2005 its the default location. It didn’t feel as polished an application as even Money 3.0.This version of Money is free and although it doesn't have all the features that you enjoyed in MS Money when it was sold as retail software, Sunset Deluxe is free.
Quicken is often the first option considered for those replacing Microsoft Money.mortgage payment, direct debits, salary) and so I can see what bills are still to go out, and when I’m next due to be paid.It really keeps me on top of all our accounts; we currently have about 11 accounts including credit cards and the boys’ Rainbow Savings accounts.I’m happy with Microsoft Money, I’ve been using for years, I’m familiar with it, I trust it and it really keeps me on top of my finances.The full version of Microsoft Money personal finance software has been replaced by the free download, Money Plus Sunset Deluxe.Take a look at my list of desktop personal finance software choices to narrow down your choices for Microsoft Money replacement software.