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And yes, you can “unlike” the page later if you don’t want it cluttering up your account.
In the final analysis, Moneydance looks like a winner.
In short, i Bank is a solid option, but it’s not right for me.
I’m a bit of a power user when it comes to tracking investments, and the reporting features (and lack of a true portfolio view) were deal killers for me. I next turned my attention to Moneydance from The Infinite Kind and crossed my fingers that I wouldn’t need to go further down my list of Quicken alternatives.
The interface is rather utilitarian, and the graphs are line and pie graphs similar to what you might cook up in Excel if you didn’t have a lot of time to pretty things up.
The only other glitches were that I wound up with an extra bank account called “Unknown: PAYEE” (I ended up deleting this with no problems) and one of our investment accounts, somehow got split into two identically named accounts.
Fortunately, it was easy to re-assign the errant transactions from one account to the other such that I could ultimately delete the duplicate.
Restrictions: Because your backup copy is in a compressed file format, you must use the restore wizard to bring the data back into Quick Books. Please perform the below mentioned steps to restore the backup files: Note: If Quick Books finds a company file with the same name in the folder you specified, Quick Books asks whether want to replace the existing file.
If you click Replace, Quick Books erases the existing file and replaces it with the file you’re restoring.