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Mine is expiring but I am kind of sick of paying for this every year
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legit price thank you for posting this one
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Mine is expiring but I am kind of sick of paying for this every year
Exactly. I'm still on Quicken 2016 and refuse to pay into this subscription extortion racket.
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Exactly. I'm still on Quicken 2006 and refuse to pay into this subscription extortion racket.
I was thinking like that! But lot of changes are needed to maintain ever increasing complex secure connections to different banks etc and maintain our encrypted credentials / data. It needs to be hackproof, else we could be in trouble. Everyone is going into subscription models especially which need constant maintenance of software! It's not like photo editing software!
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Exactly. I'm still on Quicken 2016 and refuse to pay into this subscription extortion racket.
You might want to find a 2016 version on eBay - there are legit improvements. I will not upgrade beyond 2016 unless they bring back the old licensing model. In reality, their insistence on a subscription model means that rather than upgrading every 3 years like I did starting in 1994, they will never get another penny from me

Edit - you changed your 2006 into 2016, so my post seems ridiculous - we are on the same page
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I was thinking like that! But lot of changes are needed to maintain ever increasing complex secure connections to different banks etc and maintain our encrypted credentials / data. It needs to be hackproof, else we could be in trouble. Everyone is going into subscription models especially which need constant maintenance of software! It's not like photo editing software!
Don't misunderstand me. The 2016 version has no connection capabilities anymore. It is now a manual process. The newer versions are almost incapable of running manually if you don't subscribe. The only option left is to run the 2016 version and dismiss the upgrade notifications.
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Mine is expiring but I am kind of sick of paying for this every year
try switching to gnu cash?
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Probably the best price for awhile since they've discontinued the 14-month (Amazon) version.

Every year I tell myself "this is the last year" yet I always end up renewing because of the local-copy capabilities, which neither Mint or PersonalCapital offer. I'm still holding out hope that Money in Excel quickly evolves (albeit that requires Office subscription, but better to hit 2 subs with one stone).

For anyone praising the sub model for "bug fixes and security", well Quicken plainly sucks and is still stuck in 2001 feature-wise. They've made more subtle changes in recent months but just needs an over-haul IMO. We're not getting value compared to other apps at this pricepoint. As far as security, they don't actually provide the connection to most banks anyway, they use a third-party service which is the same as most cloud-based apps.
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Mine is expiring but I am kind of sick of paying for this every year
Give the freeware GnuCash a try. I switched from Quicken to GnuCash a couple of years ago and I couldn't be happier. There is a bit of learning curve but once you get the hang of it you are good to go.
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tl;dr: if you want your Quicken to connect to your banks, you need to be on the subscription model. Fortunately, although its list price is $51 (for Deluxe) you can frequently find it cheaper.

I need this, but am not a Sam's Club member, but OfficeMax/Depot have it for about $31 -- not so bad.
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To link Wellsfargo checking/savings there's a $3 monthly fee 🙄
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Tired of the subscriptions also. The newer updates broke a lot of stuff that I use. Can't wait until a competitor provides the same direct connects to the banks.
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To link Wellsfargo checking/savings there's a $3 monthly fee 🙄
That's if you choose the direct connect option. Express web connect option is still free (though it is glitchy at times and may need a re-sync at those times)
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I need this, but am not a Sam's Club member, but OfficeMax/Depot have it for about $31 -- not so bad.
When was this? It's been showing $51.99 at OD all day.
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