YNAB Price Change 2021

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  • As European user, 100$ are actually not balanced by the full set of functionalities. I really hope that full direct import will be available here very soon.

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  • I wish YNAB had never gone down the subscription path. This announcement of a huge price increase has rocked my world. Back in 2008, when I bought my first YNAB spreadsheet, I paid my money once and it was mine to keep. Same again when I bought the second version, and then the third version, and then the fourth version. I bought all the versions. I still have them all, with their licence keys, and they are still mine to keep. There's something very honest about buying a product over-the-counter like that. And then, like a lot of people, I was persuaded to buy in to the subscription model. I was convinced by the hype that YNAB would just get better and better, but I don't think it has. It's gotten a lot busier. Busier does not mean better, or smarter, or simpler. Busier is its own beast. Now I have learned that Jesse is no longer running the company. (That saddens me a lot.) Also, YNAB suddenly costs more money than it's worth to me. The value, for me, is no longer there. I can't justify that expense. Subscription is not my friend. I won't renew. I will go back to the version I loved best, and that's YNAB4, which I paid for once over-the-counter and it still does everything I need. I was too trusting when I said yes to subscription. Loyalty brought me over to the subscription era. That, and the enticement that the price would stay the same as a kind of thank you for taking the big leap. But the price has not stayed the same, has it? Today I learned of the price hike. Jesse, where are you? Anyway, thank you YNAB for many years of wonderful budgeting help. And thank you that YNAB4 is still working. (And, oh boy, I am so glad I put the licence key in a safe place.) Please, if you ever decide to go back to one payment for life (the way it was) and no more subscription-based product, I will happily sing your praises, like I have done for years and years. Right now, clearly, I am upset. I can't and I won't recommend YNAB to my family and friends anymore, because that's how upset I am. It's just a sad day for all of us. 

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      scooterboy You are so spot on with this post.

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    • scooterboy agree 100%...   a very sad day...

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      scooterboy my understanding is that Jesse is still there and is the majority shareholder but others are getting their hands dirty on his behalf. Which implies to me that this is all with his full agreement.

      Bank feeds seem to me to be incompatible with a one time software purchase. Nonetheless a tiered option could still easily be offered - with or without the feeds. Moneywiz 2021 (as an example ) is I believe about $14 pa without bank feeds.

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      • Habanero Salsa
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      pgauntlett Way back when, Quicken had bank/investment integration and a fixed price. The support for that went away after some time (4-5 years?) but the software still worked. I think that’s a reasonable approach. You’re paying for finite bank connectivity and infinite software use with the purchase. If you want connectivity, you can then upgrade. 

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      • I was told there would be no math.
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      pgauntlett FWIW, I used banktivity for like 8 or 9 years without paying any subscription because the free OFX worked great for every account I had, including investments, save for a few store branded credit cards.  Plus the in-app integrated browser to just download from the site without leaving the app.  I only signed up for the direct access when I had to keep more accurate records for my mom's trust as a fiduciary.  

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      • RIP_MSMoney
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      Not looking for starting a fight ;) but one aspect of software today vs past is the cloud aspect.

      Previously you could buy software and own it but it ran on your computer. With the cloud there are extra expenses for a company with scaling, storage, etc for supporting the cloud. That yearly cost can hit diminishing returns if userbase scales and only consumers only pay once.

      Now, with that said, I don't know their finances so I can't speak to how things are being managed, how much overhead they have, etc.

      I mean, they could add 1 time purchase but add ads to supplement costs?

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    • RIP_MSMoney And many of the legacy users would have happily continued to use the desktop based program. The cloud based access is nice but definitely not a deal breaker. Frankly, the direct import probably costs more than the cloud access. YNAB's refusal to offer tiered pricing (or international pricing, if you will) for those users who CAN'T (or don't) use direct import, is enough reason not to pay double for my subscription.

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      Sky Blue Tape (mmille) Yeah a "feature-based" approach could also work. For us we need the auto import as we have multiple people inputting for our transactions. Auto import really helps with ensuring nothing gets missed. Also the cloud/mobile helps us a lot with that aspect. 

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    • WordTenor
    • Can we agree that goals are dumb and immature? Sure.
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    Nicole said:
    We hope and trust you’ll continue seeing the value of a YNAB subscription.

     Narrator: They did not continue seeing the value of a YNAB subscription.

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    • WordTenor I literally laughed out loud. 😄

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    • Lisa Collington are you hearing Morgan Freeman?

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    • beige_case_1939d61da8b9  YES!!! 🤣

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    • Lisa Collington Are you seeing Shopfitters fitting a new name over the business?

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  • Habanero Salsa said:
    My YNAB category is already renamed Budgeting.

     I finally renamed my Tithing category.  I kept it in since it was the default from the beginning for posterity, but now it's called Church, much more accurately.  We know who really needs that 10% so they can keep it.

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  • Q: I'm a Legacy User with a 10% discount. If you are doubling the annual subscription cost could you also double my discount to 20%?

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      Sky Blue Captain LOL, how about a 50% discount

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      • "YNAB broke" since 2013
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      ynaber2613 I'll take it.

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  • Ive already cancelled my YNAB subscription (runs out in April so Ive got time) Im running buckets and actual right now alongside YNAB just to keep it all straight and so far Both actual and buckets work well to keep things straight and after entering everything - fresh start on the new ones just entered current balances and category balances (set all categories the same, in the same order on all three apps) - balances of the date I started two weeks ago.

    If you have any interest here's a few quick thoughts, trying to keep it short.....  

    Ynab - good app easiest to use BUT way overpriced now --- the other two do the job very well I dont use the import because it does not work, likely due to my banks security features but doesnt really matter it just isn't reliable so I enter everything manually anyway. Like I said, already cancelled.

    Actual is my favorite so far mostly due to simplicity CC took a minute to figure out but  simple once you get it - look at forums there are tutorials that make it very easy to get going GitHub has one of the better ones. easy to enter, easy to budget numbers are identical to YNAB once you get it all set up. entry is simple intuitive and looks very familiar. It also has a good basic mobile app that syncs quickly with no third party logins just a one time "enter this code" from an email they send you, all I need to do on mobile app is enter transactions and see budget balances, just basics.  I like actual because it is simple, you can rearrange categories and account order as you please, the price is fair and the app is updated frequently the dev. will  reply to you if you email, this is a very active community for questions (many YNAB refugees)  he also has a forum he monitors to report bugs, concerns,  feature discussion etc - this is my favorite and I will subscribe in two weeks when my trial ends. He has also released a ynab import tool if you want to do that and others have said it will open YNAb export files but I havent tried that I just exported the files for my records but starting with a new app seems like a great time to do a complete fresh start. The one thing it does not have that I wish it had is goals - to keep track of my upcoming large expenses (coming per dev.) no timeline on that yet but I can do it on paper for awhile 

    this is my favorite so far and the one I plan to use. 

    buckets is free trial- unlimited fully functional, works well but: you cant arrange account order, you can move categories etc but not account order, there is no mobile app  to enter transactions on the fly (coming soon per dev.) - thats the biggest issue for me and for some reason there is no payee field only a memo field so thats a problem as well when trying to match up transactions and dates etc and using it is a little less intuitive as far as fixing mistakes etc you can do it but its just a little harder - it is a good app other than that and a one time purchase (dev. promises a very cheap upgrade to next version but no specifics or timeline for that) he has released a couple of updates so far and it seems to be a growing app.  Buckets does work well, its  just a little rougher and generally less polished?? if thats the right word. I do like it but I like actual a little better.  I will probably buy it and keep it updated to see how it grows, I like its methods and at $49, its reasonable.  and It has a basic goals feature which is easy to use and does the job well. I just wish it had a basic mobile app, I could rearrange my account order, a payee field would be great as well.  

    I will probably keep updating all three until the end of the year before making a final decision on which one to use (between buckets and actual) to replace ynab going forward.  both of those are great alternatives. YNAB just seems intent on adding fluff to justify the ever increasing price- it has literally doubled in the last 5 years- crazy. 

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      Blue Koala (9a03380df751) 

       

      I have been using Actual for about 2 weeks now.  I love it.  It really does remind me of YNAB4 and I'd forgotten how much I liked that original software.  I was not happy with the price increase, communications, or disregard for legacy users.  I maintained however, that while I could afford $100 a year, I just didn't see value in it for me at that price.  After I started getting into Actual, I understood why. 

      I am a veteran budgeter.  I have been doing this since 2008.  I'm debt free and my main use of the software is to log transactions, zero out my budget, and continue giving each dollar a job so I don't let my finances get out of hand.  YNAB may have rolled out a ton of features, but they're none that are important to me.  They also took away a lot of the features that I forgot I liked (simple view format, 3 month view, red arrow).

      My biggest lost is the direct importing.  However, I've learned that it doesn't really take long to update my accounts each morning or afternoon and I'm really more in tune with my budget now that I'm manually  entering the transactions.  

      I just don't need the YouTube videos, customer support, emojis, loan features, AOM, hand-holding or any number of things that have been rolled out since they went to a subscription service.  I can see how these things would be valuable to some and I hope those people are fully supported by YNAB going forward.  It's just not valuable to me anymore at this price point (and I do feel a little let down as a long time user).

      I'm not even mad anymore.  If they hadn't done this, I'd have never went looking.  Now I'm happier with my budgeting software than I've been in years.

      Once I am fully transitioned and have my YNAB data in place on Actual, I'm going to delete my account.  At that point I wish everyone good luck with whatever direction they choose.  I really hope YNAB reconsiders their outlook on Legacy Users.  Like few companies, I feel like they are partially where they are because of their community.  That may continue, but it's certainly taken a blow.

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      Blue Koala (9a03380df751) totally agree with your assessment and choice of apps to compare. I purchased Buckets out of curiosity in (I think 2018) and unfortunately it has not advanced in any material way since - I particularly find it hard to live without (a) scheduled transactions and (b) mobile transaction entry. I admire the dev and his ethos but ultimately that is not enough.

      I have been running with Actual on and off for about 2 years (being keen to see if it blossomed) and I love it.

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    • pgauntlett I hope someone found it useful -- I just had a lot of trouble finding my new budget software and thought Id give my quick take on what I liked and disliked about my two top choices- I really wish buckets would upgrade / update, it just needs a few tweaks to be great ---- it really does have potential and I want the buy once and be done with it pricing but as long as actual doesnt YNAB us subscribers down the road it is my favorite, I will likely buy both and see what happens later on but I am done with YNAB (after loving it for about ten years) because I no longer trust ynab and I do not want to support any company that treats its customers this way -not going to reward or support dishonest companies. 

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    • Keetman agreed ------ I can also afford the $100 / yr price but how long does anyone think it will stay that???? they have doubled the price in 5 years so probably not long........ its not the money its the way it was rolled out and the general "F you all" attitude of YNAB after they clearly stated one price  to users directly more than once and now they are citing a single post on a third party website several years ago (who saw that???? ) as a source of the "10%  off current price" plan while the direct communications from the company to users said something completely different  is just ridiculous. -- its not just the price increase... this is no longer a company I trust it really has lost its original vision and purpose. 

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  • Keetman said:
    I'm not even mad anymore.  If they hadn't done this, I'd have never went looking.  Now I'm happier with my budgeting software than I've been in years.

     I sort of feel the same way, I was angry at first for doubling my price but that forced me to go back to YNAB 4 and I am so glad I did, I had forgotten how simple and straight forward it was.  I actually like YNAB 4 better than nYNAB and would be willing to pay 45/yr if they would just keep it updated in the future.  However if it does break I will certainly check out Actual since it is like YNAB 4.  I just hope the developer of Actual does not ruin it by adding so many features that most people do not need.  I am a big proponent of keeping things simple.

    I no longer have any hard feelings against YNAB either because of the price increase.  Their  methodology and software have helped me a lot over the years.  I just simply do not think nYNAB is worth 90/yr when I do not use or even like most of the features (direct import, credit card handling, the new debt functionality- never even looked at it).  I used nYNAB in a method similar to YNAB 4 anyway with work arounds such as credit cards as checking accounts, no direct import- agree with Jesse who taught we need a hands on approach, I also used the income for next month work around buffer.

    Anyway I do wish YNAB great success going forward and I also wish everyone that lands somewhere else great success.  Envelope budgeting is the way to go (regardless of which app you use or even if you just use pencil and paper), the envelop method should be taught in schools so future  generations will be successful.

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      ynaber2613  You are so right, it should be taught in schools.  My sister had been on disability for 20+ years prior to getting married and she survived on the envelope budgeting system, actual envelopes.  It was hard but somehow she made it. When she did marry, she used those envelopes to eliminate her husbands debt.  It made me realize how the system can make your dollars do so much more. To this day, she still saves for big ticket items with cash in envelopes.  For her, it comes naturally. 

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  • I am with you Blue Koala (9a03380df751) , Keetman , and pgauntlett . I've ended up going back to my paid for YNAB 4. Turns out I like the interface even better than nYNAB. I've got it all working on my latest Mac and iPhone and everything migrated from nYNAB. I thought direct import was a must for me but it really isn't. Most of my transactions get added by scheduled transactions as it is. File import is simple and easy. The Net Worth report is SO much nicer than what they did to it in nYNAB. Can you say ugly? Thank god for the Toolkit developers. I look at is this way, YNAB has just saved me $450 over the next 10 years.

    Thank you for all the research! There's a good chance I'll subscribe to Actual after they add direct import. It's a nicety that I'm willing to pay for but certainly not a deal breaker.

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      Superbone Glad YNAB 4 is working for you, I think a lot of old users are rediscovering how good it is.  I did not try to import my nYNAB data, was that a lot of work?  I didn't mind a fresh start either but getting all data in YNAB 4 would be nice.  I may give it a go just to have it all working in one place.

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      • Superbone
      • YNAB convert since 2008
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      ynaber2613 Yes, it is a lot of work but work I was willing to do. My history goes back to 2010 and I'm proud of my net worth progress over the years.

      https://github.com/rixx/ynab-downgrade

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    • Superbone I discovered the same, it’s amazing how good YNAB4 is, and how much better it looks! It’s really strange how nYNAB still after so many years isn’t on pair with YNAB4 (except the direct import of course).

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      Spring Unicorn In YNAB 4 also miss goals (although I didn’t until I had them!) and most importantly the Move Tool (between categories).

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    • pgauntlett actual has that (move money) and they say goals are coming --- I really do hope so that is one feature I do like. 

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    • Spring Unicorn I wish I could use it but since its no longer supported and needs a converter to run on Mac - it is probably just an apple update or two away from not working I am going with actual becuase its very similar to 4 but still being supported. I just hope they dont do the same thing ynab did to its customers and go with "the F you all" pricing plan.  

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      Blue Koala (9a03380df751) As far YNAB 4 and Apple is concerned I  think it should work for a while.  I updated to the latest OS and IOS that was recently released and it is working fine so that gives me confidence for a while.  The one thing that could possibly break sooner in my opinion would be dropbox but I'm not too worried about that either.

      Concerning Actual I do have the same concern as you and hope he does not go the way of YNAB and keep adding features that a lot of users don't need thus causing the price to creep upwards.  Since he designed Actual to be similar to YNAB 4 I would hope that he appreciates the simplicity of YNAB 4 and keeps that simplicity in tact.

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    • ynaber2613 I just dont want to rely on 4 to continue to work -- but I really hope the actual developer keeps it simple or at least does tiered pricing. I do plan to buy buckets as well for backup and to see where it goes - I like it but its just a little less intuitive 

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      Blue Koala (9a03380df751) that is a reasonable plan.  I just figure it is easy enough to change tools.  If I get a year or 2 more out of ynab 4 I'm ahead.  

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      • ynaber2613
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      Superbone I keep getting syntax errors when I run the below script in python

      python split_export.py path/to/nynab_data_directory/Register.csv

      I am not a Python programmer but I did pull up the Python CMD line prompt in Terminal.  I have tried replacing 'Path' in the script with the complete path of my current .csv file, I guess I don't understand the above script.  What exactly goes in each field of the script path/to/nynab_data_directory/Register.csv?

      I have already deleted the duplicate transfers in my .csv file.  I could split the .csv file into multiple files for each account myself but I need to format the names and columns first so YNAB 4 will recognize them.

      Thanks

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      ynaber2613 Superbone  I think I have figured out how to do it without Python by using a combination of those instructions and manipulating the data in Libre Spread Sheet.  It is tricky though, I have deleted all imports a few times already to go back and massage the data in the spread sheet to fix certain issues.

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      • Superbone
      • YNAB convert since 2008
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      ynaber2613 Replace 

      path/to/nynab_data_directory/

      with the path to your register.csv file and replace Register.csv with the name of your register.csv file. I just changed mine to Register.csv to make it easy. YNAB gives it a long name with the date.

      Mine looked like this:

      python3 split_export.py Documents/Financial/YNABExport/Register.csv

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      Superbone Thanks, I will try this again tomorrow, I just did it all manually and that was a PIA and some accounts are way off in the totals so I must have messed up something, most accounts are balanced fine but a few are off so much I have lost confidence.

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      • Superbone
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      ynaber2613 Believe me, I went through over 100 accounts including all of my closed accounts and many of them had incorrect balances to start. I just compared them to web-YNAB and figured out where they diverged. Many times it's just a matter of inputting the correct starting balances. One issue is that all transfers show up twice, once on each side. I had to figure out a system to delete the extras as I imported one account at a time. Once I had an account balanced right and new transactions showed up in the balanced account, it was easy to find them and delete them in the balanced account which fixed the newly imported account.

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      • ynaber2613
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      Superbone Yea, I just figured out the problem, it all stemmed from the starting balance on some accounts.  I am not sure where those weird numbers came from.  Those numbers were not in nYNAB but they were in YNAB 4 after the import.  After the import one account had a starting balance of 586.87 but that number was no where in the csv file.  Similar problems with a couple of other accounts.  YNAB4 must not be able to handle starting balance import sometimes.  All accounts are balanced properly now so the next phase will be to export the YNAB 4 data I have been using for the last few weeks and import those back into the historical YNAB 4 file so I will have a continuous run.  Thanks for your help.

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  • Superbone said:
    YNAB has just saved me $450 over the next 10 years.

     Actually they saved you $900

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      ynaber2613 And that's assuming no price increases in the next 10 years!

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    • Superbone its literally doubled in the last 5 so thats probably not gonna happen! im curious to see what their 'end point' is -- know much do they think this software is worth every year????? $129? 159? 199? 399???????? I think they really are pricing themselves out of a lot of subscribers, there are just to many alternatives out there. 

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      Blue Koala (9a03380df751) It's a study in pricing elasticity.  There probably won't be another price increase for a while, but I could see them pushing it to like $109 in a year or two while retaining the 10% discount with legacy customers.  Then see what happens to subscriptions.  In spite of all of the noise in this particular post, I suspect that the overall number of cancellations resulting from this price increase isn't even a blip on the radar screen.  That doesn't mean I'm thrilled about it.  Just realistic.

      A lot of this may depend upon what happens with other products like Actual Budget.  YNAB has had no meaningful competition in this space up to this point.  If the developer of Actual Budget - or others - kicks into high gear with a strong effort to create a competing product then that could certainly alter the landscape.  I'd be happy to see that because the market needs more choices for this type of budgeting.

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    • Budget_NC likely you are correct, they will lose what they consider to be an insignificant amount of business and just do not care that much but I will be one of them because I just do not need to spend 100 when I can spend 50 for a different app that does pretty much the same thing. . . I do not find value in all the added "features" -- import does not work (needs to be disconnected and reconnected monthly at a minimum) perhaps my credit union and CC login security?? who knows? the loan tool is a complete waste of time, I tried it and reverted back to 'tracking / off budget' because it is just more trouble than its worth, I really do not need the reports, am very content to add transactions myself a few days a week and I just refuse to participate in supporting bad behavior and dishonesty from companies I do business with IF there is a choice and in this case there are several very good ones BUT  you are correct that most will complain and in the end will simply pay up and keep going. 

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      • Seabass
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      Blue Koala (9a03380df751) $129 is very likely, given that is what Ramsey charges now.  Of course, he has a bigger package of features for that money.

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  • Obviously YNAB is  gearing up to go public. This is classic procedure. They will inflate their value and then sell out. Meacham will retire in the South Pacific, and then come back and start over. Greed rules everything. It's the American way. 

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      Purple Drum And if that were the case, the real value of YNAB is in the data.  In the 21st century, greed is not just the American way.  It is just easier to see.

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  • I've ended up deciding to just use Quicken.  I had a Quicken subscription that I bought and then didn't use.  It renews in a month so I've been converting my 2020 and 2021 data to Quicken.  The annual cost of Quicken is now far, far less than YNAB and it offers more features YNAB doesn't have.

    Yes, yes, I know Quicken doesn't really do zero based budgeting although you can look at cash flow.  But, honestly, I don't need zero based budgeting at this point (retired).  So that is not a deal breaker to me.  

    Unlike many I don't do direct import.  I've never done it on YNAB and won't continue doing it on Quicken most likely (I did do it to help with initial set up).  

    The one think I truly miss from YNAB is that Quicken is not fully cloud based.  The program interface (desktop) is not as nice looking as YNAB4 or nYNAB so I miss that.  The web version is nicer but is more limited.

    I did go get my old copy of YNAB4 and I will import data to it so I have an easier way to look at versus looking at the exported data in a spreadsheet.

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    • katsmeow I was running Quicken for Mac and Banktivity side by side the past 2-3 weeks. Ended up choosing banktivity because it’s cloud based version allows access from multiple devices with the same user experience on each device. 
      I really disliked how Quicken has implemented its cloud based functionality using Quicken For Web. It doesn’t include a lot of the same features and some accounts don’t even sync properly with the cloud. 
      im in the same boat as I don’t necessarily need envelope budgeting so it’s not a deal breaker but Banktivity was just the better all around option right now. 

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      Khaki Sander Alas, I am using Windows so that isn't available to me.  Sounds like a great option for Mac users.

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