I used msMoney for years in Windows but finally got smart and began working towards moving to Linux, I use the current release of Kubuntu. Managing URLs/UserNames/Password and a personal finance Application seem to be the big hang-up. After trying GnuCash, KMyMoney, and finally Moneydance; I choose MD. For password management, I settled on Keepass for now; coming from the Windows, I have discovered there is no equivalent application like "Roboform" for Windows. So I had to settle.
Getting back to Moneydance, it's a good alternative to msMoney, it has a familiar feel, the others felt like Quicken. I have had no problems importing QIF or OFX file into it but I am experiencing a direct connection problem w/Wachovia Bank though (they only support Quicken/Money). But I'm sure a solution will present itself soon.
The good news is I am now totally in Linux.