, QW 2013 PremierSuperUser
When you buy Quicken you get 3 years of downloading service. But you can still use your program manually. I was using Quicken 2004 up until Dec 2012 then I switched to Q2013. If you want to continue to download you will have to buy newer version of Quicken when online services is stopped.
Q2009 Online services have been sunsetted (retired) as of April 30. 2012…
So Quicken 2010 will or should be discontinued next April 2013.
Quicken 2011 in April 2014
Quicken 2012 in April 2015 and so on…
But you can still use your program manually.
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.
If you don't want to upgrade there is a cute little free program that you can use to help automate importing the stock prices. Works pretty good. It's Netstock and I used it in Quicken 2004......
It was never promised to you. I still have my Q2004 box and it says "Online features require internet access and are subject to change" in several places.
I am not a Quicken fan, as you might suspect. With Money gone, it seems to be the only game in town.
Like Facebook, Quicken wants to run my life. I can pass on Facebook, but I need financial software. I only use the online service to update quotes.When I had to move from Money to Quicken, I found that no matter what I did, Quicken insisted on updating information I did not want updated when I connected to financial institutions.
My records went back to 1995, so I set the program to update only from the current date on which I was working; no matter - it updated historical transactions, and the dates were often different, which would have meant that I needed to go in over hundreds of entries for reconciliation.
Tools are to make my life easier, not to give me more work!