I have declared September to be YNAB month! I think I’ve finally set up my YNAB program to do what I want it to and will stop using Quicken as my financial software, sort of.  I am deleting my checking account in Quicken but not my credit cards that get updated automatically.  I don’t want to accidentally lose track and not pay something on time.

I was trying to use both programs because of the update feature, but found I wasn’t using YNAB to its full potential in keeping my budget and checking accounts.  To force my hand, the checking will now be done only in YNAB.  I like the budgeting tool and I need to make a full commitment to it to really make it work for me.

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