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This is not clear to me. I have 207 days left on my present subscription with WL 6.9. If I switch to WL7 do I have that many days left on the 'free' trial?

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#1
Since you purchased a full WL6 license before March 10th, you are entitled to use Wealth-Lab 7 for a free trial until your anniversary date. To do that, you have to subscribe - but you'll see you won't be charged until the end of the trial period.

Let's say your anniversary date is 1 October and you sign up for the Premium Annual subscription for WL7. You then have 2 options:

1. Cancel the WL7 subscription before 1 October. Continue to use v6.9 by paying the annual $150 maintenance fee.

2. Let the subscription charge go through on 1 October. Continue to use both v6.9 and v7 during the subscription period.
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#2
Thanks for this. More questions I guess. Why would I want to continue using 6.9? Is not version 7 touted to be better? And what is the yearly maintenance fee for WL7?

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do I have that many days left on the 'free' trial?

Plese visit the follwing site to see how many days of free trial you are entitled to:
https://www.wealth-lab.com/wealthLab-6-Conversions

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And what is the yearly maintenance fee for WL7?

The page is also showing you our subscription plans for WL7
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#4
So how long would I be able to continue to use 6.9 with the subscription fee?
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#5
Because it depends on your WL6 "anniversary" date, you'll have the counter of days remaining when you subscribe.
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#6
OK. I am confused. Is use of 6.9 being totally discontinued and your only choice is the new version for 2X the $? Or can you still keep 6.9 and pay the $150 maintenance fee?
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#7
Please find your question answered here:
https://www.wealth-lab.com/wealthLab-6-Conversions
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#8
This does not answer my last question regarding whether I can continue to use 6.9 on an indefinite basis paying the $150 yearly maintenance fee. I would appreciate an answer.

Michael
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#9
Quoting the linked page:
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You may cancel the trial and continue using Wealth-Lab 6.9 as before.

Meaning: WL6 customer always retains his status (while his maintenance period is active).
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OK I see. So if I am happy with 6.9 I can continue with that? WL is not cancelling the use of the program?
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No, WL6 is not canceled and you can use it for as long as your maintenance period is kept active.

However, it is unsupported. One cannot expect any bug fixes or updates to WL6 and Extensions. All development is focused at WL7.
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#12
Please tell me why my first post didn't answer this question. It seems so clear to me and I need to know what is confusing about those 2 points.

Clearly we're not getting the point across that you can continue to use WL 6.9 if you're subscribed to WL7. If you don't subscribe, then it's the same as it was before - $150/year to continue using WL 6.9 only. It seems simple to me!
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#13
Ha Ha. Sometimes, it not what is clearly stated, but rather what is left out. I have to ask myself the same question sometimes, to understand what question was really asked. I believe Eugene filled in the missing informatiion.
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#14
The focus on info on the transition phase is to sell WL7. It says you can keep 6.9 but does not indicate that this option will continue into the future. It also certainly does not explain that bugs will not be fixed, etc. Additional information regarding this on that page would be helpful.
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