I pointed you to the only thing I could, the official Intuit write-up on how to convert an MS Money file to Quicken.
Today I upgraded to the last version that was produced for the UK by Microsoft: Microsoft Money 2005 (version 126.96.36.1995); in contrast the US edition went on until version 17.
I have tried many different ways to convert the file or transfer the data between the two programs and only have one option that will work (using QIF files).
There seems to be a problem with the file thus trying to up grade it to a newer version of MS Money then over to quicken does not work.
Ever since I switched to a Mac and Chromebook, I haven't found another one stop shop that takes care of all my needs.
Right now, I am using Mint along with a Google spreadsheet that gives me my upcoming expenses, paychecks, etc. I did a little bit of digging around for a suitable app but only been finding apps similar to Mint - ones that pull info from all my accounts - or budgeting apps that have the level of granularity I'm looking for but needs manual entries which I'm already doing with my spreadsheet.