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From what I understand, you can still use Microsoft Money, but the online updates will not work. You'll have to update stock prices manually, manually download transactions from banks, etc.

I'm looking at quicken. I don't want to pay $90 for the version that I would want (tracks investments).

I'm looking into right now. Some how it's affiliated with the Fool, not sure if the Fool just sends people there or what, but if you go up to the Personal Finance Tab, Mint is the last option there. There is no way to enter old transactions, however, so I'd be going from today forward. Not sure how it will work for tax purposes. I'll probably go with both Mint and Money for the rest of 2009 and then decide if I need Quicken for 2010 or not...
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