Do I have to upgrade?

OK...back to my original concern.  Do have to upgrade...HAVE TO...if I am a current user of 2009 Premier?  If so, when does this have to be done by?  If I chose not to upgrade....what functions specifically would I lose the use of?  Thanks so much to all who have the helpful answers!


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Quicken Discontinuation Policy
Updated: 3/12/2012 | Article ID: GEN82218

What Quicken 2009 services will be discontinued on April 27, 2012?
The following services to Quicken 2009 for Windows were discontinued on April 30, 2012:
•Online bill pay
•Downloading financial data from your bank, credit union, credit card, brokerage, 401(k) or mutual fund accounts
•Downloading stock quotes, news headlines and other financial information into Quicken
•Uploading portfolio information from Quicken to

Do have to upgrade...HAVE TO...if I am a current user of 2009 Premier? NO.

You can continue to use your Quicken 2009 as long as you want.

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