I'll consider giving someone my business and entrusting my data to their code wizards once it's clear they're in this for the long haul, but for now I'm going to keep MS Money going.
A simple work-around being employed by some users has been to simply set the date back on their computer prior to running Money.
If you just want to cut to the chase and get started, you can go directly to the Install & Setup section.
Ms money will not stop updating
Quicken isn't a bad option, but it was a step backwards for most Money users.
When the Money death bell rang at Microsoft, Intuit quickly began working on an improved import feature for Money users.
After all, it's not every day that your chief competitor calls it quits.
With the release of Quicken 2010, the full import functionality was (supposedly) implemented.
Feb 2010: If you're a long time user of Microsoft Money for personal finances, you were dumped in late 2009, when the mighty Microsoft decided to end the Money product cycle. Apparently, Microsoft didn't see itself competing with the new online money management sites, and didn't see financial management software as a core business.