Msmoney updating your accounts locks up
There's a disturbing trend in various discussions we have here (especially on patent discussions) where people seem to insist that big companies automatically win in competitive environments.Yet, especially in the tech space, we've seen that it's often quite difficult for big companies to do that.
You'll likely need to make some adjustments since Quicken can't convert all characteristics of Microsoft Money accounts, including some business-specific data.
Although the data conversion should leave your Microsoft Money data intact, it's better to be safe than sorry.
If you already have transactions in Quicken that you want to keep separate from the imported Money data, then create a new Quicken data file for importing (if not, then you can skip this step).
Users of the discontinued Microsoft Money software who are switching to Quicken can follow the steps laid out here to import and convert financial data from one program to the other.
Some users prefer this process as an alternative to first creating financial accounts in Quicken and then entering or downloading transactions since that method usually only allows for three months of transaction data from financial institutions.