USAA: Free Quicken 2005

  • Thread starter Clark W. Griswold, Jr.
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Clark W. Griswold, Jr.

Received an interesting letter from USAA today. Says they will be sending out a
Quicken 2005 CD in November. Version not identified though.
 
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John Pollard

Clark said:
Received an interesting letter from USAA today. Says they will
be sending out a Quicken 2005 CD in November. Version not
identified though.
I think you mean "*Release* not identified ...." [emphasis
added]. But it is immaterial; the version will be Q2005 and you
will be able to get every *release* that Intuit makes available.
 
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Andrew Rossmann

Clark said:
Received an interesting letter from USAA today. Says they will
be sending out a Quicken 2005 CD in November. Version not
identified though.
I think you mean "*Release* not identified ...." [emphasis
added]. But it is immaterial; the version will be Q2005 and you
will be able to get every *release* that Intuit makes available.
By version, I think the original poster meant Basic, Deluxe, etc...
 
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John Pollard

Andrew said:
Clark said:
Received an interesting letter from USAA today. Says they
will be sending out a Quicken 2005 CD in November. Version
not identified though.
I think you mean "*Release* not identified ...." [emphasis
added]. But it is immaterial; the version will be Q2005 and
you will be able to get every *release* that Intuit makes
available.
By version, I think the original poster meant Basic, Deluxe,
etc...
Good point, I wasn't thinking about that. It will be the Deluxe
"version".
 
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Clark W. Griswold, Jr.

John Pollard said:
I think you mean "*Release* not identified ...." [emphasis
added]. But it is immaterial; the version will be Q2005 and you
will be able to get every *release* that Intuit makes available.
Well, I thought "2005" was the release, but your point is taken. USAA did not
identify which QW2005 (basic, deluxe, etc) they would be sending.
 
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John Pollard

Clark said:
I think you mean "*Release* not identified ...." [emphasis
added]. But it is immaterial; the version will be Q2005 and
you
will be able to get every *release* that Intuit makes
available.
Well, I thought "2005" was the release, but your point is
taken. USAA did not identify which QW2005 (basic, deluxe, etc)
they would be sending.
I see that now; Andrew Rossmann grasped what you meant and clued
me in (I think better when I have not had any "grape juice").
And, for all I know now that I think about it, "version" may
well be the word Intuit uses to describe the terms "Basic",
"Deluxe", "Premier", and "Home & Business".

USAA will be giving away Q2005 deluxe (the deluxe "version" was
the one I got the last time one of my banks gave away Quicken
.... that was Q2001 deluxe from B of A).
 
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Clark W. Griswold, Jr.

John Pollard said:
USAA will be giving away Q2005 deluxe

Good. That's what I have now and didn't want to "downgrade".

Now to keep an eye out for the Norton AV Pro/Turbotax deals. They are usually
released towards the end of October...
 
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scott s.

Good point, I wasn't thinking about that. It will be the Deluxe
"version".
That's nice. I've only had Basic up to now. My MO has been to buy
Turbotax at Costco, get a $30 Quicken rebate, and use that to buy
Quicken Basic version, which is usually $29.99 at WalMart.

scott s.
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