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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 03:24 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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Their business model is dead. Not only did I now need to pay them a fairly heafty yearly fee, they were possibly charging my bank (Wells Fargo) a fee too, who was charging me $36/year for the privilege of using Quicken. I switched to personal capital, similar to mint, about 2 years ago. I miss a few of the tools in Quicken, but cloud tools are too convienient.
Personal Capital has repeated issues they take forever to resolve. One of my brokers hasn't updated in over a month.
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The software will continue to work 1 year after activation but you will no longer be able to download information from your financial institutions.
I think I understand, but just to clarify . . . (still working on first cup of coffee, Blue Bottle Hayes Valley, but drip, not espresso) . . .

So, if I don't use the Quicken function to download information from financial institutions, after the one year subscription expires all the other functions still work and I can still use Quicken for everything else, all the other normal functionality?

Does anyone know how long I can continue to use Quicken this way?

I think I have read that after three months or so from when the subscription expires they put up an obnoxious permanent banner that blocks half the screen to get people to renew their subscription. Is this true?

Thanks!
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Did anyone try Money for Excel? I have been using the starter version of quicken. All my IRAs and investments all tally to 0 - to connects to the financial banks pulls the data never never updates the pricing or totals.
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I think I understand, but just to clarify . . . (still working on first cup of coffee, Blue Bottle Hayes Valley, but drip, not espresso) . . .

So, if I don't use the Quicken function to download information from financial institutions, after the one year subscription expires all the other functions still work and I can still use Quicken for everything else, all the other normal functionality?

Does anyone know how long I can continue to use Quicken this way?

I think I have read that after three months or so from when the subscription expires they put up an obnoxious permanent banner that blocks half the screen to get people to renew their subscription. Is this true?

Thanks!
I believe banner still pops up each time.

Also, no longer ability to import transactions from one's own files. You will have to manually key in data.
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I believe banner still pops up each time.

Also, no longer ability to import transactions from one's own files. You will have to manually key in data.
Thanks for responding.

I don't mind keying in my own data, I've been doing that for 30 years. Smilie Some of us don't need to download transactions nor import from files. So it's disappointing, although not surprising, that they put that banner there to try to get us to renew when we don't need that added functionality.

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Thanks for responding.

I don't mind keying in my own data, I've been doing that for 30 years. Smilie Some of us don't need to download transactions nor import from files. So it's disappointing, although not surprising, that they put that banner there to try to get us to renew when we don't need that added functionality.
I'm not sure what happens if you do not ever shut down the application. Maybe the banner will only popup one time during startup.

I did not renew right away waiting for a sale. I do remember the banner.

This is a great use of ink recycling dollars if you have any.
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What is the benefit for annual subscription? I never used this before and thinking of using it to manage my rentals. I wouldn't think a finance software like this would need annual updates. Does it block you from using it the year after it ends?
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Personal Capital has repeated issues they take forever to resolve. One of my brokers hasn't updated in over a month.
Be careful to separate the Personal Capital App from the brokerage service. The app is free to use for anyone.
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My Quicken Deluxe subscription expires in Sept 2021, and I may purchase this as a renewal.

I first used Quicken DOS over 25 years ago so my file is quite large, over 110 million bytes. I've been testing GNUcash as an alternative to Quicken. GNUcash is free. Much to my surprise, GNUCash was able to import the Quicken QIF export. Account totals matched as well as the number of shares in my investment accounts. In the conversion there were two minor issues that were easily fixed in Quicken and was able to re-import the qif file. The current GNUcash importer is the best that I've seen.
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So if I buy the non download version, when my current subscription expires I can use it to renew. Current one expires 04/2022.
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I see that Staples now has Quicken Deluxe for $31.19

For Electronic Download Version https://www.staples.com/quicken-deluxe-2021-for-1-user-windows-mac-android-ios-download-170355/produ... [staples.com] Note, the web page does not mention new subscribers, but the picture of the product shows 'New Subscribers'

For in-store https://www.staples.com/quicken-d...t_24411747. Note, it does not indicate for new subscribers.
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Be careful to separate the Personal Capital App from the brokerage service. The app is free to use for anyone.
Never said anything about it being free or paid. The service, the one the OP was referring to has repeated and long standing problems updating. Nobody's talking about a brokerage service
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I think I understand, but just to clarify . . . (still working on first cup of coffee, Blue Bottle Hayes Valley, but drip, not espresso) . . .

So, if I don't use the Quicken function to download information from financial institutions, after the one year subscription expires all the other functions still work and I can still use Quicken for everything else, all the other normal functionality?

Does anyone know how long I can continue to use Quicken this way?

I think I have read that after three months or so from when the subscription expires they put up an obnoxious permanent banner that blocks half the screen to get people to renew their subscription. Is this true?

Thanks!
Been using 2017 without issue since. 2017 was the last year before they became greedy pigs. I have to enter everything manually, but I was doing that for everything but investments before anyway. There's an occasional quick popup nag to downgrade, oops, I mean "upgrade" every once in awhile. Close and move on
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I ended up getting it for like $23.
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