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This question has sat for a while, hasn't it? I converted from Money to GnuCash a few years back, and am very happy with it, though I don't do a lot of investment tracking (just a few funds and a few stocks). I don't find it as easy to use to enter transactions, a bit more fiddly than Money was, but it does everything I've needed. It is supposed to be ...


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Since Quicken allows you to do a split transaction and you are able to allocate the parts of the receipt to different categories it should work for you. Even if you wanted to categorize different tax rates for different counties, you can always create your own categories. If you are speaking about business use on the invoicing side, you can probably do ...


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Koku is a surprisingly pleasant personal finance manager for OS X. Plus, it is compatible with several well known personal finance manager file formats and can direct connect to certain financial institutions.


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Apparently, it is: Running Microsoft Money on Windows 7


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This is the exact reason Microsoft introduced XP Mode in Windows 7: Windows 7's new XP Mode lets you seamlessly run virtualized applications alongside your regular Windows 7 applications—so your outdated software will continue to work. If installing/running MS Money 2000 normally doesn't work, try installing it as a virtual XP application. ...


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An option is to download the Money 2005 UK - QFE2 from Microsoft - this provides the last UK version of Money.


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Money Plus Sunset can't open UK edition Money data files. See Glyn Simpson's article "How to export/import accounts (using QIF)". See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Money for how to get online services in Money Plus Sunset.


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Whether or not you'll still be able to transfer your data a few years from now, you might want to go ahead and make the switch now while you know you can transfer it, and while Intuit support staff is geared up to help MS Money refugees.


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You could try Intuit quickbooks and thier online payroll software. I've never used either, but they are popular. They are compatible with most tax software.


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GnuCash is available for OS X. I have no opinion on the package but presume it is competent.


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I'm running Money 2003 on my Win 7 Pro machine with no issues.


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I installed UK Money 2000 on my new Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit PC, and it worked, but wouldn't download any quotes. After a bit of searching I recalled the quote server changed a couple of years ago and needs a registry edit. Having done this, it works fine again. I have not had to run it in any compatibility modes. You need this advice: ...


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You must use a version of Microsoft Money that is equal to or greater than the version of Money that created the file. See KB318843 for more details. Money has been obsolete for five years and you really should stop using it.


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Automatically update stock prices GNUCash can be told to update prices on startup, but if you're doing it right you don't open it daily. Just for reference / sanity's sake I have a cron job that updates stock / fund prices daily. Cope with stock splits There is a stock-split tool for this. Cope with stocks in more than one currency If you ...


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I do not have much experience in this area, but did you try GnuCash? It is free.



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