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Upgrade from Quicken Premier 2011 to Quicken Home & Business 2011

I purchased Quicken Premier 2011 yesterday and after entering all my information last night I realized that Quicken Home & Business 2011 would better fit my situation.  Is it possible for me to simply upgrade to Home & Business and pay the difference between the two, or am I out the $90 that I paid for Premier 2011?
    Worst case, you could return Premier and then purchase H&B.  
    See this link for return policy:
    I would check with Intuit's customer support and see what they have to say, because I would think they would rather do a version upgrade than a return / purchase, but only they can tell you that.
      You can upgrade to H&B online for an incremental charge.

      From the menu see;   Help > Add Business Tools
        The INTUIT company says try it and if you do not like return within 60 days return to them for refund
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