Quicken 2012


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Andrew

David said:
I just did my pre-order for Premier. I couldn't help it.
I always buy the latest and greatest. I use Quicken multiple times a
day, and if I had to go back to another system (like Excel), it would be
a disaster. I think of it as my little way help of helping Intuit
maintain a positive cash flow for a product I enjoy using, warts and
all. No need to apologize.
 
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Margaret

Andrew said:
I always buy the latest and greatest. I use Quicken multiple times a
day, and if I had to go back to another system (like Excel), it would be
a disaster. I think of it as my little way help of helping Intuit
maintain a positive cash flow for a product I enjoy using, warts and
all. No need to apologize.
I placed my pre-order yesterday too. I feel the same as you, Andrew.
But this year I ordered deluxe instead of premiere, as I don't use the
extra features.

I'm looking forward to checking out the new version on 10/04. :)

Regards,

Margaret
 
J

John Pollard

"Margaret" wrote
a disaster. I think of it as my little way help of helping Intuit
I placed my pre-order yesterday too. I feel the same as you, Andrew. But
this year I ordered deluxe instead of premiere, as I don't use the extra
features.
I'm looking forward to checking out the new version on 10/04. :)
One new feature in Q2012 - available only in Premier and up - is the ability
to download currency exchange rates.

John Pollard
 
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Andrew

Margaret said:
I placed my pre-order yesterday too. I feel the same as you, Andrew. But
this year I ordered deluxe instead of premiere, as I don't use the extra
features.

I'm looking forward to checking out the new version on 10/04. :)

Regards,

Margaret
I had Premier for some editions, but last year I too got Deluxe and will
do that again.
 
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Margaret

John said:
One new feature in Q2012 - available only in Premier and up - is the
ability to download currency exchange rates.
Thanks for posting this, John. When Premiere first became available, I
started buying that every year. Having to have the latest and greatest,
I guess I was afraid there *might* be a feature I'd miss otherwise.
When I first saw your post, I thought, "Oh no! I'd better cancel my
pre-order for Deluxe and place a new one for Premiere."

But then I continued reading and saw "currency exchange rates" and
realize I fortunately don't need that feature in Quicken. Phew! ;-) I
guess I subconsciously still harbor some fear I might miss something
Quicken has to offer. ;-)

Regards,

Margaret
 
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Maurice Batey

Is Quicken being sold in the UK again?!
No response, but I can see that Amazon UK is selling versions of
'Lexware Quicken', though the version at the lower end of the range is
referred to as "Quicken 2012 PC (Vers.19.00)", priced at around £40.

(I know that Lexware had a license from Intuit to sell Quicken in
Germany some time ago.)

More expensive versions shown on Amazon UK are:

"Quicken 2012 Deluxe PC (Vers.19.00) [Import germany]" £60
"Lexware Vollversion Quicken Home & Business 2012 v19.00" £80

which presumably correspond to the 1st and 3rd levels shown at:

http://quicken.intuit.com/compare-quicken-personal-finance-software-
products.jsp

(Deluxe, premier, Home & Business, Rental Property Manager)

Of the latter, the minimum 'Deluxe' version would suffice for me, but
the $64 question is: What is in (or rather, *not* in) the Amazon UK
version at £40, which doesn't seem to have an equivalent in that
list?

Could anyone here throw some light on this, please?

Many thanks!
 
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Andrew

Margaret said:
Thanks for posting this, John. When Premiere first became available, I
started buying that every year. Having to have the latest and greatest,
I guess I was afraid there *might* be a feature I'd miss otherwise. When
I first saw your post, I thought, "Oh no! I'd better cancel my pre-order
for Deluxe and place a new one for Premiere."

But then I continued reading and saw "currency exchange rates" and
realize I fortunately don't need that feature in Quicken. Phew! ;-) I
guess I subconsciously still harbor some fear I might miss something
Quicken has to offer. ;-)

Regards,

Margaret
You'll need this feature when you starting moving all your cash into
Euros and Yuans when our dollar goes down the tubes.....keep it mind at
that point.
 
S

Sharx3335

Andrew said:
You'll need this feature when you starting moving all your cash
into Euros and Yuans when our dollar goes down the tubes.....keep
it mind at that point.
The Euro is far closer to collapse than either the Canadian or the
U.S. dollar.
 
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