Upgrading Quicken from v11 to ?


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jo

Any opinions on the stability of versions 12-14? I need to upgrade beforeApril, the cutoff date for downloading, and can go with any of the newer versions. Would prefer v12 or 13 due to pricing, but don't know if there isany concensus on which versions are less buggy than others. I'm assuming that there are negligible improvements in any version, so correct me if nottrue.
 
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Ken Blake, MVP

Any opinions on the stability of versions 12-14? I need to upgrade before April, the cutoff date for downloading, and can go with any of the newer versions. Would prefer v12 or 13 due to pricing, but don't know if there is any concensus on which versions are less buggy than others. I'm assuming that there are negligible improvements in any version, so correct me if not true.

I can't remember any version with a name so old. Are you sure you mean
what you say? Do you perhaps mean 2012-2014, not 12-14?
 
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jo

I can't remember any version with a name so old. Are you sure you mean

what you say? Do you perhaps mean 2012-2014, not 12-14?
So sorry. That was stupidly vague. I have v 2011 and want to migrate up toone of those newer versions.
 
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Ken Blake, MVP

So sorry. That was stupidly vague. I have v 2011 and want to migrate up to one of those newer versions.


OK, no problem. Then my guess as to what you meant was correct.

I run 2014 now and ran both 2012 and 2013 before it. I haven't found
any of them to be particularly buggy (and any bugs were generally
corrected fairly quickly), and yes the improvements these days are
always very minor.

So any of them should be good for you, but if you aren't planning to
upgrade every year, then I recommend 2014. it may cost a little more
now, but you won't have to upgrade as soon as with an older version,
and will therefore probably save a little money.
 
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John Pollard

"jo" wrote

Any opinions on the stability of versions 12-14? I need to upgrade before
April, the cutoff date for downloading, and can go with any of the newer
versions. Would prefer v12 or 13 due to pricing, but don't know if there is
any concensus on which versions are less buggy than others. I'm assuming
that there are negligible improvements in any version, so correct me if not
true.
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If you had to upgrade now, I would say that Q2013 is the best bet at this
point in time.

But you don't have to decide now, and if you want to try Q2014, I definitely
would not purchase it now. I would wait until February/March to be certain
the product will have had its final patch before you have owned it for 60
days ... giving you the opportunity to return it for a full refund.

If you use budgeting much, plan for significant changes there, no matter
which version you choose.
 
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Oliver Penn

I can't remember any version with a name so old. Are you sure you mean
what you say? Do you perhaps mean 2012-2014, not 12-14?
Don't be a twit Ken. You know full well what she meant.
 
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Marc Auslander

For what its worth I bought 2014 delux download from amazon yesterday
for $45 but which a $15 credit to my account to be used before Feb
10. Assumine you use the credit, that's $30 for three more years of Quicken.
 

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