Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Software Bites the Dust

As of June 30th, the market for small office home office (SOHO) financial software has gotten smaller. Microsoft recently announced that they will discontinue their MS Money software title, a favorite among many sole proprietors and personal finance software fans and yesterday was the last day it was sold. Those individuals that purchased the product recently still have until January 31st, 2011 to activate the product. This may be shocking news to many that use software to manage their finances, but there are still options.

One option is to consider migrating your data over to another software title such as Intuit’s Quicken (Microsoft and Intuit are currently working on a conversion). Another option is to simply upgrade you financial data to more robust software such as MS Office Accounting, QuickBooks, or others. Current customers of MS Money should contact Microsoft for additional information.

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