Microsoft money updating accounts hung up

19-Apr-2019 12:21

After applying this patch, now Quicken 2016 crashes after I enter the QData password before displaying the file. In the last two years Quicken has worked with no errors a total of about a week.

I finally decided to create a new QData file and discovered that that crashes as well so basically the program is useless. I have purchased new versions each year for the last 3 years in the hopes they fixed previous issues but no. They have seemed to abandoned this side of the company and perhaps have concentrated on just Turbo Tax since that is a majority of their revenue.

For more granular information about these patches, check out this blog post by Qualys as well as the always-useful roundup at the SANS Internet Storm Center.

As always, if you experience any issues applying these patches or after applying them, please leave a note in the comments section below describing your experience.

Cyber-criminals use this tactic to create fear, in the hope that users will then follow the on-screen prompt.

Even if you don’t call the number, but click on “OK”, they will see almost the same message pop up again.

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Money, on the other hand, properly projects cash flow based on not only scheduled and historical bills but also budgeted amounts. With it I can produce financial reports very quickly.I've been using Quicken since Quicken98 so been with them for awhile.I'm ok with paying them for use of a functional product and have been upgrading every 3 years since they started forcing this issue by terminating bank downloads as they did with Quicken2014 on 4/30/2017.I've found what I consider a "bug" in the planner - if you tag an income source in the planner as a "Defined Benefits Pension", the income from it never shows up, resulting in a pessimistic projection of future cashflow.A workaround appears to be to tag that income as simply "general income" instead of a pension benefit. By the way, I tried Quicken 2012 and returned it for a refund after a couple of weeks.

Money, on the other hand, properly projects cash flow based on not only scheduled and historical bills but also budgeted amounts. With it I can produce financial reports very quickly.

I've been using Quicken since Quicken98 so been with them for awhile.

I'm ok with paying them for use of a functional product and have been upgrading every 3 years since they started forcing this issue by terminating bank downloads as they did with Quicken2014 on 4/30/2017.

I've found what I consider a "bug" in the planner - if you tag an income source in the planner as a "Defined Benefits Pension", the income from it never shows up, resulting in a pessimistic projection of future cashflow.

A workaround appears to be to tag that income as simply "general income" instead of a pension benefit. By the way, I tried Quicken 2012 and returned it for a refund after a couple of weeks.

When I searched to see whether others had encountered this, I discovered that others had and that there was a "Mondo" patch to install to address this. I have been on the phone with tech support over 5 times and have been online support over 10 times.