Should I upgrade to Quicken Home & Business 2013 from the 2010 version which works perfectly for me?
That is a bad sign for my potential upgrade.
What do you mean distroy old statement formats?
When you buy Quicken you get 3 years of downloading service. But you can still use your program manually. I'm still using Quicken 2004. If you want to continue to download you will have to buy newer version of Quicken.
Q2009 Online services have been sunsetted (retired) as of April 30. 2012. So next April they will discontinue 2010…
Versions of Quicken that support Online Banking…….
Oh, whatever you buy don't get the Starter Edition or Checkbook Edition. That is for new users only and will not convert your prior data, unless you are using the Starter Edition now.
What means this, “toolbar folder”?
I can run 1 report as a single but have not been able to add any other single report icons that work from the toolbar. In 2012 I was able to add report folders to the toolbar and select a single report within the folder at the toolbar. 2013 has the ability to select a folder to display but will not even show the reports that are in the folder.
BY THE WAY I am using a 64 bit machine set to run 64
RRaisley, you and others posting all these problems here as well as all the negative reviews at the Amazon site have convinced me to do without upgrading to QHB 2013. I'll buy QHB 2014 a year from now on 12/31/ 2013 and then install that one on 2/1/2014.
I'll do without automatic downloads starting in April. I'll pay the bills manually at the bank site and manually post that they are cleared from viewing that site. I can get the bank balance there and then reconcile with QHB 2010. I only have 6 stock positions and can download those prices manually each day
Treasury securities were never covered by Quicken. With the <CTRL> Z on an open security transaction I can now refresh purchase prices into those valuations.
There have been periods of time when either there when I could not download anyway from the Quicken site or other times when submitted payments were rejected. During those incidents I had to manually take care of those problems.
Very much thanks to q.lurker for that <CTRL> Z advice. That is the best advice I have had from Quicken ever.!
Well I just upgraded to 2013 because of the mobile access features and because I took advantage of a five-day special offer from Quicken with a 50% discount... which ended 12/31/2012.
I have already dived into 2013 guys and will certainly be on the look out for all the bugs and warnings mention in this post. However as a long time user of Intuit products I have always manage to work around any minor bugs and problems.
Will try to post any problems I run into... and pay it forward.
I am… SageChaser