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Well Intuit has progressively been making it harder for long-term, loyal users of Quicken(~12yrs for me)to stick with them.  They show little regard for their users with useless changes and new looks with new releases. It seems to me that those at Intuit development don't use the product. And the Quicken quotes and Quicken Online new release debacle seems to be the last straw for us all.  Problem is MS Money is a worse bet, so where do we all turn?Check out Moneydance.  It has been getting excellent reviews.  Based on my research so far, I am going to give it a try.  They offer a free download for trial with easy licensed version turn-on.  I am going to run them in parallel for a while and see how good it is.Intuit, I think we all hate being forced to criticize and abandon you, but you have left us with no choice other than to continue to live with a deteriorting product quality.


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Unfortunately I would have to agree. I have been using Quicken for over 10 years and no matter how loyal users want to be it is just impossible to use a product that simply does not work. Amazing to see a good name turn into a shoddy fly by night operation. Must be the outcome of greed and outsourcing.We need to support software that cares about IMPROVING it's product.
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