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Consensus best practice: run expired M+ or go to Sunset? RRS feed

  • Question

  • I have Sunset running in one VM, but have taken an "it ain't (yet) broke" approach to the formerly full function validated installs of M+, mostly just because of time/priorities.

    What are others doing? Why? Upsides/downsides?

    Sunday, February 13, 2011 4:03 PM
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  • Dick,

            After going with Money 2007 Premium for over four years (Sept 2006 to Jan 2011) I decided to upgrade to Money Plus Sunset even thou I knew I would lose the auto updates of stock and fund prices. So now I enter my twelve prices daily manually while I hear that Microsoft still has not stopped the auto updates. Am I upset? NO!. Money is still a great product and what it helps me with my personal finance for the past 16+ years can never be replaced.
                        Steve

    Sunday, February 13, 2011 8:30 PM
  • Dick,

            After going with Money 2007 Premium for over four years (Sept 2006 to Jan 2011) I decided to upgrade to Money Plus Sunset even thou I knew I would lose the auto updates of stock and fund prices. So now I enter my twelve prices daily manually while I hear that Microsoft still has not stopped the auto updates. Am I upset? NO!. Money is still a great product and what it helps me with my personal finance for the past 16+ years can never be replaced.
                        Steve


    I downloaded it but see no reason to install it. My quotes update fin on Money Deluxe 2006. Sunset is pretty much the same anyway.
    Monday, February 14, 2011 7:12 PM