Nope! When you activate a license, Moneylender lifts the limitations imposed by the demo. All your data is still there.
Sure! Moneylender uses portfolio files to store your data. One portfolio can contain an unlimited number of loans and lenders and payments. (Practically speaking, you might see some long delays when running reports when you have 10,000 loans in a single portfolio file. Most Moneylender users have between 1 and 5000 loans in a single portfolio file, and the program performs responsively for those volumes.) You can have as many portfolio files as you want. This means you can create a portfolio file just for testing out the software, and make a new portfolio for your real loans.
Demo Limit FAQ'S (Frequently Asked Questions)
Moneylender will allow you to create as many payments as you want, but only the first three are visible and used for calculations and reports. Once you activate a license on your computer, all payments on a loan will be visible.
You can enter the full names and addresses of your borrowers and lenders, but you’ll only see the first three letters around the program when running the demo. Once you activate a license, you’ll see the full information again. Be careful not to edit a borrower in demo mode, as it’ll pre-populate the borrower wizard with the three-character values and if you click save, it’ll overwrite the borrower’s details with the limited equivalent.
When connecting to a network portfolio, up to three loans will appear in the demo.
There are no other limitations on the demo, so you can attach files, create notes, customize templates and reports, print and email (practice) statements, set up the options on the main window, add custom fields to your records, etc.