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Jun 17, 2009

Quicken attracts MS Money Users

Looking to capitalize on Microsoft Money customers now adrift in the financial-software abyss, Quicken announced Tuesday that it will offer discounts up to $50 on Quicken products through July 31.

Microsoft announced last week that its 17-year-old Money product will not be available for purchase after June 30. Quicken has been working with Microsoft to help existing Money customers transfer their financial information to Quicken, a spokeswoman said.

Discounts include:

  • $20 off on Quicken Deluxe, now $39.99
  • $30 off on Quicken Premier, now $59.99
  • $30 off on Home & Business, now $69.99
  • $50 off on Rental Property Manager, now $99.99

"Before you make the jump, figure out which Quicken product will best fit your money management style," Quicken's Scott Gulbransen wrote in a blog post. "If you're looking to spend zilch, and have pretty basic personal finance needs, try out our free personal finance and online money management product, Quicken Online."

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