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  1. I have used Quicken for 20 years and this has to be the worst gouging I have had. „new“ company and 2018 version like all the rest, Problems settingup, will not do what the 2017 did, double the cost, and sending me a CD that I had to open to get the key number as most new computers do not havedisc drives. Cannot return because I opened the CD. Tell me why I should continue with this?? The first product I have bought from Amazon thatI feel like I was scamed. My purchases from Amazon over the years have been great.

  2. At first use, I went to manually alter an account balance. I received a warning that to manually enter data, I need the premium version. Save your money. This is way over priced if it won’t even allow a simple function.

  3. This was on a flash sale for twenty bucks and Turbo Tax is almost three times that this year. I’ve been a faithful TT user for 20+ years but they have gotten out of line with pricing. So I thought, for the price I’d at least try the H&R product. First, it found, and read, my TT 2016 return with no prompting from me whatsoever. Then, it proceeded to walk me through the interview, much as TT does. Put in all my preliminary information (updates will becoming throughout January so preliminary is all you can do at the moment but it does help with last minute tax planning), calculated just fine. Won’t download state yet, Arizona not ready, probably none of the states are yet.I don’t have particularly complicated tax return – retired, some active and passive investment income but nothing exotic, annuities, interest, etc.. Been defaulting to the standard deduction for five years now, this year is no different. On the surface, this is just as good as TT although will have to see how the e-filing goes (anticipating no problems). Now my tax software of choice, goodbye TT, enjoy your ever shrinking customer base due to pricing and attitude.

  4. Don’t DO it! I have resisted upgrading to Quicken’s newer versions, but this one came free with this year’s TurboTax, so I tried it. It deletes all previous versions of Quicken and then does not recognize the passwords on past Qdata files, forcing you to lose the independence of maintaining those files on your own computer. If you wish to maintain your own Qdata files on your own computer, DON’T BUY or INSTALL THIS SOFTWARE! They are essentially doing the same thing that on-line hackers do when forcing you to pay them to have access to your own data. Keep your old off-line Quicken program and data files. This software is essentially a blackmail system.

  5. I’ve started using H&R Block tax software 2-years ago. Previously, I’ve been using TT, and stopped when they wanted to charge everyone for the forms most used/needed, which previously were free.Pretty much, tax software is tax software…It’s all basically the same, just different looks, but the functionality is pretty much the same.I like using H&R Block Deluxe, and have had zero issues over the last 2-years.Simple to install, simple to use.Highly Recommended!

  6. I’ve used Quicken ever since Money went away, and this 2018 solidifies that I will not buy another Quicken product in the future. Moving to a subscription service was the first things that turned me off. That could have been forgiven if the new version was great, but it is not. The entire visual of the program is poor — nothing is crisp, it looks like a piece of clip art that you’ve enlarged too many times. The icon itself looks like something carried over from a DOS system, and now that I think of it, the entire appearance is that of a video game from the 80s. You can’t adjust the row size for the transactions either — I used to be able to view about 10 at a time on the screen, now it’s just 5. They couldn’t even do a normal circle graph for the spending tracker… it’s this weird colored circle thing.The only positive thing I can say about it is that the net worth tracker is easier to read. I’m honestly really upset that I bought the download rather that the disc because I can’t return it this way.And for the record, I am a very average user, not someone who nit-picks about every little capability. I’m not complaining to be contrary, this is truly not worth the money.

  7. I was hoping that the newer version was better than the old version I had that was no longer supported. It was not. Still quirky and jerky. I hate what has become of Quicken. Use to be a great product. If you have 16 don’t waste your money. No changes, just facelift.

  8. I’ve been using H&R Block software to do our taxes for several years now. Prior to that, I used TurboTax but switched to H&R because it’s substantially cheaper and provides everything I need. I had no issues installing the software or getting updates. The interview questions make it easy to enter all the necessary information and help you figure out what applies to you. Our return isn’t incredibly complicated and I have some education in preparing tax returns so I feel comfortable in double checking what the software calculates and I’ve never found any errors or missed deductions.The e-file process is quick and easy. My only wish is that instead of including 5 federal e-files, they would include fewer federal e-files and 1 state e-file. The fee to e-file the state return is too high so I print out my state return and use it to guide me through e-filing directly on my state’s website. It means I have to enter our information again into another program, but this way it’s free and I don’t have to wait the extra time for a refund from a paper return. Plus, the KS e-file website is confusing and isn’t clear about what applies to you. I rely on the H&R calculation to help make sure I don’t miss anything.I did not take advantage of the Amazon refund bonus this year. I did last year, and it was a total nightmare. I didn’t receive my gift card on time and it took several calls to customer service to get it straightened out. The initial customer service agents couldn’t provide any specific information about the status of my gift card and my problem had to be escalated to another department before I received any help. I do not recommend taking the Amazon refund bonus especially since they lowered the bonus amount this year. It’s simply not worth the headache.I always buy this software on sale as a deal of the day or lightning deal and it’s a great value at that price. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to prepare their own taxes.

  9. I was perfectly content using Quicken 2015. It had all of the features I needed and worked reliably. To force users to upgrade, Quicken is expiring all connected services (i.e., transaction downloads) on April 30, 2018. Rather than wait to the last minute, I decided to bite the bullet and do the upgrade. I should add that this is not simply an upgrade, Quicken is now a subscription service. In other words, Quicken has found a way not only to force me to upgrade, but to keep paying them money on a regular basis. As a person who has been using Quicken for more that 20 years, I am less than thrilled with their decision to do this. I for one will certainly be looking for alternatives prior to the expiration of my prepaid subscription.Moving on to a review of the product itself, I cannot say that „I’m impressed“ or that „it’s worth it!“. Far from it, on the very first launch of Quicken 2018, the program crashed! I will add that though they do seem to have crash reporting, I never received any type of message or anything from Quicken Support telling me that they are investigating the issue (nor did I really expect that). Upon the second launch, it thankfully did not crash. I even ran a data integrity check which passed, so it did not corrupt my data. Subsequent launches have been fine too.I often run Quicken through a Remote Desktop connection. When Quicken 2018 launches, I see a random bit pattern flash across the screen (something not seen under Quicken 2015). I see the same when sizing the main window larger. As a programmer, getting this right is one of the easiest things to do and an obvious sort of bug that QA would love to write up. Given that this has not yet been fixed makes me question both the Development and QA staff their at Quicken.One of my favorite views in older versions of Quicken is the Calendar View. When I first upgraded to Quicken 2018 a few weeks ago, the Calendar View did not even exist! Thankfully though, they added this back about a week ago. Without the Calendar View, I would have dropped my review to 2 Stars!Speaking of missing features, Quicken 2018 seems to have no sounds whatsoever. For years and years as a Quicken user, I’ve grown accustomed to hearing it play a „dah-Dah-DAH“ startup sound. Well, that’s gone. Moreover, the cash register „cha-ching“ noise played with each saved transaction is also gone. All we have now is the sound of silence. Boring!The good news though is that most of the features that we all love and rely upon from older versions of Quicken are thankfully preserved in this version of Quicken. I’m still not happy that I had to upgrade and I’m actually quite upset about the new subscription model, but until I can find a suitable replacement, Quicken is still about the only game in town.

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