Well, they can kiss my Mouse!! When I tried to reinstall the account, it wouldn't accept it. Smells like a scam to me. But the idea that they could not continue to track finances by manually entering transactions fueled push-back from Quicken customers. That stopped the nagging prompt. I mailed it to them in early October. I enter my transactions manually.
I was thinking about buying Personal and have downloaded the free trial version to see whether I like it. I would suggest to the designers that they should actually use the product before using it. We've used Quicken since 1992 and repeatedly had these user unfriendly problems - enough is enough!!! It created chaos with my financial records. I don't know how they settled on those 5 formats. Quicken needs a new kitchen, bathrooms, central air and upgraded boiler — in other words a complete gutjob. The newer versions are fraught with problems- criminal, in my opinion. See the for more information.
The recurring bill feature with the so called pdf bill view is useless and doesn't work the majority of the time. What new functionality will be added if any? What happens to the program when access to Quicken Connected Services ends? Customers that had already purchased the full version of Quicken should have the option to update and not purchase a membership. Might just find a simple cashbook software and track my investments on a spreadsheet. In this mode, some features may be limited or unavailable. You might have to pay a yearly fee to keep it up to date.
Also forget trying to track schedule deposits. Quicken Kathryn, Official Rep wrote:Official Response Hi All, Thank you very much for your input and feedback. No thanks, there must be a better way. I am not downloading any account information from banks anyway, so why do I need to be online? Someone isn't doing their job. When Intuit separated from Quicken shortly after, apparently the download link went with them and it no longer works. . It is eventually forcing me to find another software program to manage my money.
It also provides the flexibility to account for monthly and annual expenses, giving customers a flexible, comprehensive view of their spending. Great presentation and easy of use, but no flexibility. I use Quicken 2012 off-line only. I don't mind diddling with the register. Full payment is charged to your card immediately. I call after the 10 day processing window and was told they have a large backlog of requests to process and they would open a ticket to escalate activation of my account. There is no need for separate Windows and Mac applications sitting on a local computer.
Anyway, the method suggested by —FubarO- back on July 10 definitely works with Quicken 7. Not sure what else to go to get new version as I am not able to pay my bill through Quicken. Yeah, I did — like two years ago. As discussed on your other thread, Personal Capital is no substitute for Quicken for anyone who manages many accounts and needs to track expenses by category and subcategories. The retail versions in the pretty little boxes are little more than highly unstable beta versions. I end up pulling out my old paper ledger and figuring everything out manually.
Thread Author Last Post Time Posts 2019-03-07 12:15 by 3 2018-02-04 10:11 by 5 2017-11-19 17:13 by 65 2017-10-09 20:56 by 9 2017-06-16 15:15 by 3 2017-04-24 16:19 by 49 2017-03-26 12:37 by 3 2017-03-18 11:30 by 2 2017-02-10 18:25 by 2 CrossOver Forums: the place to discuss running Windows applications on Mac and Linux. It should be criminal what they have done and are continuing to do. Also, third parties will take into consideration items other than your credit score or information found in your credit file, such as your income. Desperately needed fixes to the software fall by the wayside. They do a very good job of communicating with the bank servers. I also like having my data to myself, not all online in one place.
You may cancel before renewal date. To have to resort to 17 year old software just to get something that works without bugs and outright mathematical errors. I will no longer deal with a company the extorts their customers. I backed up the Quicken data file on the old and copied it to the new. Tried lots of suggestions before the deadline ran out but nothing worked.
There are simple things that once worked and now do not, like in Bills, when selecting a bill with the options to show me the average for the last x number of payments, it is not even close to the average. We do not rent, sell or share your personal information with anyone outside of Intuit for their marketing use. I went to the Quicken website, signed in, went to my account and hit download from the purchase list. You'll no longer have access to connected services, like the ability to download banking transactions or investment quotes, mobile access, or premium care. I don't mind diddling with the register.