If you are interested in purchasing Quicken, I suggest you shop around instead of buying directly from Intuit or using their Quicken upgrade offer.Yesterday I discovered that the Reconcile Account function in Quicken 20 was not working correctly.
Clicking any line item in either the "Payment and Checks" or "Deposits" did not trigger an update of the totals at the bottom of these two columns nor did it trigger an update in the "Differences" amount in the lower right hand corner.
I spent several hours with Quicken technical support this morning and after trying al the normal thing like updating and the infamous Mondo Patch with no success.
The changes aren’t very significant but I chose to upgrade anyway.
So here’s my Quicken 2016 review, with my thoughts about the latest version as well as an updated look at my Income Portfolio Morningstar X-Ray and an updated Credit Score just for fun!
You can easily see where you’re spending and where you can save.
– Plan, and Stay on, a Budget: We make it easy to get on a budget you can live with.
Quicken 2016 downloads your income and expenses from your accounts, so you don’t have to enter transactions manually and avoid the hassle of going to multiple websites.
– See Exactly Where Your Money Is Going: Quicken 2016 Serial License Patch automatically categorizes expenses like groceries, entertainment, and more, so you don’t have to edit them manually.
I also noticed that it began after I had reconciled one months transaction and then moved on to another reconciliation.
I suspect that one of the many Win10 updates somehow broke the reconcile function in Quicken.
My own advice is to purchase a financial package, but there are some rather interesting things you can do with Excel accessing online quotes.