There are quite a few Money users who have paid to extend their services through January 2011 that will be upset to learn that the data feeds through a 3rd -party (namely Yodlee) will be discontinued as of October 1st. If you get the following message when you sign up for online services with your financial institution:
* This service is provided by a third party provider, not your financial institution. It is only available if you have Microsoft Money 2005 or later. You will need to use Microsoft .NET Passport in order to access your account information.
Your financial institution may offer an alternative means of downloading statements and transactions from their web site into Microsoft Money 2004 and earlier.
then you may want to check out one of the Offline solutions covered in this blog.
I read a review on Personal Capital (I see Yodlee is still in business):
an online financial website and app that links all of your accounts to track your spending, investments, and net worth. You provide your login information, and they pull in the information for you automatically so you don’t have to type in your passwords every day on 7 different websites (similar to Mint). Investment-specific features include tracking portfolio performance, benchmarking, and asset allocation analysis.
and my response…