Wednesday, May 31, 2006

The end of MSN Money Plus

The message below was posted on the MoneyCentral website - the additional help mentions something called the MSN Money Service, which appears to be some sort of replacement

An important change is coming to the MSN Money service. MSN Money Plus will be replaced by the MSN Money service, starting early in July. After the transition, much of the account information you currently have stored by MSN Money Plus will be available through the MSN Money service.

The message itself said:

After June 28, 2006, significant changes will be made to your access to data on this website

If you are an MSN Money Plus user: MSN Money Plus will be discontinued on June 28, 2006.

You will still be able to view your accounts and pay bills through MSN Bill Pay on, but your budget, spending, and bills to-do list will no longer be available. To track the information that you used to track in MSN Money Plus,
try a free 90-day trial of Microsoft Money Deluxe
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If you are a Microsoft Money user: All of your information will continue to be available on your local computer. On this website, you will still be able to view your accounts and pay bills through MSN Bill Pay. You will no longer be able to edit your account data or view your spending and budget data.


Anonymous said...

I installed MSN Money Plus,
activiated, then went to sign in and received the error message not a valid or standard password.
Microsoft cannot tell me what is a valid standard password so that I can sign in to use Money plus DELUXE. HELP

Glyn Simpson said...


MSN Money Plus, as this article refers to was an online service and is different to Microsoft Money Plus, which I assume you meant.

If you've got problems logging in when using a Live ID (Passport), which I suspect is the issue here, then there are a couple of things you can do.

The fixes in FAQ Article 394, FAQ Article 56 and/or FAQ Article 466 may be needed (the last one is for another issue, but can solve this one.