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1-Year Quicken Finance Subscription (PC/Mac Physical or Digital): Deluxe EXPIRED

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Office Depot and OfficeMax has select 1-Year Quicken Finance Management Subscriptions (PC/Mac Physical or Digital) on sale below. To earn 1% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below.Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+.

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  • Deluxe:
    • See all your accounts in one place
    • Download transactions from bank & credit card accounts automatically
    • Automatically categorize expenses to see exactly where your money goes
    • Conveniently access, download & pay your bills directly from quicken
    • Download transactions from retirement, loan & investment accounts automatically
    • Create a 12-month budget with ability to customize goals month by month
    • See how to pay off loans faster & save by tracking principal & interest payments
    • Access Quicken on multiple devices, and on the go with free web & mobile app
  • Premier:
    • Includes everything in Quicken Deluxe plus many more investing features
    • Simplify your taxes and investments
    • Pay any bill directly in Quicken for free, plus priority access to official Quicken customer support (a $49 value)
    • Advanced investing features, including investment performance analysis & investment activity report (Windows only)
  • Home & Business
    • Includes everything in Quicken Premier plus many more small business and rental property management features
    • Easily categorize and separate personal & business expenses
    • Track your business profit/loss, identify tax-deductible expenses, and run Schedule C & E reports to make tax time easier
    • Create and email custom estimates & invoices with payment links, and save business & rental documents directly to Quicken

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OfficeMax / OfficeDepot has Quicken on sale again. This includes versions for RENEWALS as well as version for NEW SUBSCRIBER.

Deluxe - $31.19
Premier - $46.79
Home & Business - $62.39

Be sure to look, there are versions labeled as "new subscribers". But there are also versions not labeled as "New Subscribers", those can be used to extend your current subscription (up to 6 months in advance according to Quicken). If you are wanting to renew you current subscription be sure to buy the right version.


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Last Edited by clickme236 May 17, 2021 at 04:24 PM
I tried to order it from here but there was no shipping option. I looked up older deals and found that the previous Bestbuy deal at these same prices for the physical version was alive again.
Best Buy has Select 1-Year Quicken Finance Management Subscriptions (PC/Mac Physical) on sale below. Shipping is free on orders $35+, otherwise is $5.99
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How long the activation code is valid? Just renewed and don't want the code to expire if purchase today.
According to Quicken Web site help: "Retail purchases: Activation codes expire 24 months after being generated"
AFAIK, there is noway to find out when it is
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20 year user. I currently have premier version but considering dropping down to deluxe. I have multiple investment accounts and do some stock trading but uncertain if deluxe will meet my needs. The description between the two versions isn't clear on what functionality I will lose. I don't think I can pay the difference between deluxe and premier if deluxe doesn't work for me.

How is deluxe for your needs?
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20 year user. I currently have premier version but considering dropping down to deluxe. I have multiple investment accounts and do some stock trading but uncertain if deluxe will meet my needs. The description between the two versions isn't clear on what functionality I will lose. I don't think I can pay the difference between deluxe and premier if deluxe doesn't work for me.

How is deluxe for your needs?
I am in the exact same boat as you. The main functionality that you will be losing is not being able to run reports that list capital gains and interest/dividends similar which are in similar format to the tax schedules you would file with your tax return. They are nice to have but I don't rely on them to file my taxes, so not a big deal for me. There is also a tax planning module that only comes with premier - it has been buggy, so again, not a big deal for me.
I am not aware of anything else. Perhaps someone else can chime in.
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Of course my local OD is OOS!
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I am not aware of anything else. Perhaps someone else can chime in.
I use the deluxe version to track the values and my overall allocations for 5 investment accounts. Deluxe can at least do that. I've had to manually adjust the asset allocation for some investments, but I suspect premiere would have the same issue.

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I am in the exact same boat as you. The main functionality that you will be losing is not being able to run reports that list capital gains and interest/dividends similar which are in similar format to the tax schedules you would file with your tax return. They are nice to have but I don't rely on them to file my taxes, so not a big deal for me. There is also a tax planning module that only comes with premier - it has been buggy, so again, not a big deal for me.
I am not aware of anything else. Perhaps someone else can chime in.
Thanks that helps.

The tax planner has never worked properly. I do run some of those reports but don't rely on them or use for transferring into my tax software. I use the reports mainly as a way to determine if I need to adjust my tax withholdings due to investment transactions during the year. they are nice to have though.

My subscription expires on May 25th. I think I'm going to pick up the deluxe with the sale and 15% cash back and give it a try for a year.
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20 year user. I currently have premier version but considering dropping down to deluxe. I have multiple investment accounts and do some stock trading but uncertain if deluxe will meet my needs. The description between the two versions isn't clear on what functionality I will lose. I don't think I can pay the difference between deluxe and premier if deluxe doesn't work for me.

How is deluxe for your needs?
I buy individual securities both in a traditional brokerage accounts as well as retirement accounts across multiple financial institutions. I don't day trade, but not sure it would make all that much of a difference as a result of transaction volume. I find the Deluxe version to be sufficient for my needs. I'll run customized net worth reports but not much other than that so someone else will need to comment on that if there are any specific report questions.
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I buy individual securities both in a traditional brokerage accounts as well as retirement accounts across multiple financial institutions. I don't day trade, but not sure it would make all that much of a difference as a result of transaction volume. I find the Deluxe version to be sufficient for my needs. I'll run customized net worth reports but not much other than that so someone else will need to comment on that if there are any specific report questions.
In deluxe, it seems all the base investment account functionality is there. You just have a few "auto" reports that are greyed out. On the off chance I want to see some specific investment information in a report, I generally go to the "auto" report for what I'm looking for and find I don't have access. Then I spend a few extra minutes to create my own equivalent report by scrolling through the tabs of the more generic reports.
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I left Quicken after many years when they went to the annual subscription model. I switched to intuit Mint. Its not as elaborate as Quicken but a lot less headaches,frustrations,corrupted data files and crashes and its free. Just takes some learning. If all you are doing is daily tracking bank accounts and brokerage investments it works for me. The only thing I miss from Quicken are the annual tax reports to itemize deductions come tax time.
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Have you looked into the Money in Excel template that's included with Office 365?
Hi quick question. I have a Microsof office 365 subscription. May I know what is Money in excel? I never seen that… what is the use for it? Do you mind share?
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I left Quicken after many years when they went to the annual subscription model. I switched to intuit Mint. Its not as elaborate as Quicken but a lot less headaches,frustrations,corrupted data files and crashes and its free. Just takes some learning. If all you are doing is daily tracking bank accounts and brokerage investments it works for me. The only thing I miss from Quicken are the annual tax reports to itemize deductions come tax time.
Hi I'm not running any business or investments. Is this software useful for daily accounting (personal use) for non business purposes?
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Hi I'm not running any business or investments. Is this software useful for daily accounting (personal use) for non business purposes?
Which software? Mint or Quicken. They both keep track of your financial transactions. What kind of daily accounting do you mean?
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Which software? Mint or Quicken. They both keep track of your financial transactions.
Quicken. Thank you 🙏
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Of course my local OD is OOS!
Try Staples. They'll price match.
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You and me both. Quicken is certainly not perfect but it seems every alternative is significantly worse.
I have heard very good feedback on wavespps. I'm going to switch to it. Free version should be sufficient for me
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