Quicken 2013 is new and improved to help you:
Dear Microsoft Money customer,
In June 2009, Microsoft announced it would discontinue its Money personal finance software. As a Money customer, you may have been wondering what to do going forward with your data—information that’s extremely valuable to you and your family.
I’d like to invite you to switch to Quicken. For more than 25 years, millions of customers have trusted our personal finance software to help with their money management and budgeting needs.
Transitioning to Quicken is easier than you think. Working with Microsoft, we created a built-in converter that will import Money 2007 and 2008 files into Quicken 2013.
I encourage you to take a look at our Quicken 2013 products. They’re designed to make organizing your finances easier than ever. We look forward to helping you reach your financial goals!
Dan Maurer, General Manager,
Intuit Consumer Group