Intuit Quicken Home and Business Software for 2013 (419797)
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- Track personal & business finances plus investments
- Manage your personal & home business finances
- Save money and plan ahead with Quicken
- Canada's #1 personal finance software
- Operating System: Windows XP SP2+, Vista, Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)
- Manage your personal and business finances, plus investments with home business software
- Helps you choose the tfsa account type when setting up an investment account
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Quicken Home & Business Personal Finance Software. Manage your personal & business finances plus investments. Organize your personal and business finances in one place. Track your investments (RRSP, TFSA, stock, mutual fund. Track how your business is doing and identify tax-deductible expenses. Easily track HST sales. Create customized invoices and estimates
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Then last night I noticed that a simple split transaction that transfered money from one account in to 2 different accounts appears more that 2 times in one of those accounts. A simple $100 transfer appears 3 times and adds $300 to the balance of one account. As well, 2 of the 3 $100 deposits were showing one date and the third was actually a completely different date. But there should be only one $100 transaction. Checked everything and it's definitely 3 copies of the same transaction somehow repeated.
Tried to use the validate and repair feature on Quicken but it crashed the program.
If Quicken can't actually accurately track individual transactions and can't add, then I can't really see much point in having the program.
Just wish it were that easy to make $200 extra!
1) One Step Updates is not available.
The most useful function is not available for Canadian Banks. That means you can only download all your statements one by one and month by month. At least I did lots of research and couldn't resolve it. The interesting thing is Mint.com support automatic updates from TD, BMO and other Canadian banks. Both software come from the same company, Intuit. At the same time, most US BANKS can use "Express Web connection", means automatic download all the statements according to the update schedule.
2) Quicken 2012 not work well on Win8. QFX file can not be imported. The Software will crash (while import) if you want to add new bank account, and it won't update data if you've already had the correct account exist. Now Quicken 2012(US) has R7 Patch which someone said may fix the bugs but Quicken 2012 (Canada Version) stick on R2 patch, which still has these issues
3) Poor tech support. I tried to contact them for some questions and asked for help. No response at all.
After all, I regret to have this product with $110+TAX
I've found 2013 to be the worst by far. It is unbelievably slow at processing transactions and it crashes occasionally.
I contacted Quicken and was told it might be the size of by file. So I eliminated all but the last three years of transactions. No improvement in the speed.
Many US users initially reported similar problems and the program has undergone a number of revisions. Unfortunately, they don't appear to have put the same fixes into the Canadian version.
I'd like to return to the 2010 version, but that would mean having to re-enter all the transactions since I started using this program. I'll probably look for some other accounting software.
The latest is their Loan window summary. In H&B 2012, the loans were visible as register entries - just like the other accounts. It was a very handy way to manage loans, mortgages etc., especially if making a lot of prepayments. You could see the loan register, viewing upwards of 20+ entries at a time. 2013 now mandates a summary window which takes up 90% of the space on a laptop screen and reduces visible register entries to one or two. To make it worse, if you have the loan for years, the summary information is completely wrong. I cannot be bothered to spend the time to update the loan information; they way I've been managing the loan in Quicken has worked. A good software company allows opt-out choices on new features - couldn't see it for this one.
Not a lot else new with this product worth mentioning.
Most recent customer reviews
I have been using Quicken for years. I wish there was another choice. The Canadian version does NOT support one step update. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Phil
By far the worst upgrade of any software I have ever used. It will not migrate your financial institution settings. Read morePublished 20 months ago by bowkrom
I have been using Quicken since 1987, yes 1987! Loved it all the way through till I bought Quicken 2010 and discovered that if you post a split transaction as a transfer to... Read morePublished 21 months ago by DID
Stock transactions and stock price updates are particularly bad. I have one of the newest fastest W8 PCs available with SSD and this program still runs very very very slowly.Published 23 months ago by Yypo
I have always liked this program and still do. The service I get from the company is outstanding. I would recommend this product to anyone.Published on Nov. 6 2013 by C. Lewicki
This version is very very slow in my case. Spent hours and hours trying to resolve with very little success. Be carefull if you buy.Published on June 4 2013 by Tom
If you have a small business or even just to keep track for your personal home it's the best...used it for yearsPublished on May 16 2013 by Deborah-Ann
Was happy to buy it at CDN$ 49.99 + Taxes. Delivery via Canada Post was free (Super Saving Shipping). Bought it as an update to Quicken Deluxe (french version). Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2013 by Kiddieboy