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  1.    08 Aug 2015 #21
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    Does MS Money Sunset work for UK transactions? I thought the last UK supported version was Money 2005 which I'm currently using. Also, Quicken seems to be aimed at the US market - I don't see a UK version.

    What's the best option for UK users to move away from using MS Money 2005?
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  2.    08 Aug 2015 #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve C View Post
    Does MS Money Sunset work for UK transactions? I thought the last UK supported version was Money 2005 which I'm currently using. Also, Quicken seems to be aimed at the US market - I don't see a UK version.

    What's the best option for UK users to move away from using MS Money 2005?
    It is best to check with your bank to see if they know of a replacement. I found this on Amazon but please check with your bank before using to help give you peace of mind .... http://www.amazon.co.uk/EZPZ-Softwar...5R6RH6H3DV788N
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  3.    08 Aug 2015 #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve C View Post
    Yes, Microsoft seem to have slipped up on this. I have account transactions on MS Money going back over 5 years and it is imperative I have access to financial planning software until I expire (c. 30 years ?)!
    No software is going to be supported for 30 or more years. It will eventually stop working. And you better have an alternative by then or you will be stuck. Quicken should import your MS Money data file, or most others out there. It's like an OS, you have to keep it up to date if you want to be sure it keeps working on a new OS.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve C View Post
    Does MS Money Sunset work for UK transactions? I thought the last UK supported version was Money 2005 which I'm currently using. Also, Quicken seems to be aimed at the US market - I don't see a UK version.

    What's the best option for UK users to move away from using MS Money 2005?
    According to this, Quicken Deluxe 2014 (don't know about the 2015) works fine with Pounds Sterling.

    Quicken for UK | eBay
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  4.    08 Aug 2015 #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkeeterN View Post
    Why would someone have to pay for a program when the free MS Money Sunset works like a dream on all versions of Windows except 10. I downloaded Windows 10 on Tuesday and not one of the "fixes" I found online worked for me. Not changing the registry, not anything. So I am back to windows 7 until I see otherwise. I must have MS Money working and since it isn't working it is a deal breaker for me
    It works now, but it's obviously unsupported. It could stop working at any time. Wouldn't you rather have a solution that is supported in place when that happens?
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  5.    09 Aug 2015 #25
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    Home Accounts 4 doesn't support share and unit trust transactions and can't import a Money file according to their Technical Support. Quicken support can't confirm whether Quicken will import a money file from the UK version of MS Money 2005.
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  6.    09 Aug 2015 #26
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    I found this in a simple Google search but again I can't stress enough that you should check with your bank to see if they have a preferred software vendor you can use. http://www.banktree.co.uk/
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  7.    09 Aug 2015 #27
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    This may be OK for simple accounting needs, but I've yet to find software which can import a Money file containing many accounts (c. 50) each containing dozens of transactions going back over many years. I also want to manage share and unit trust accounts in addition to bank & savings accounts. I've posted a request on the MS Money support forum and let you know if there is viable alternative for UK users.
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