While ordinary users can pushback somewhat on Quicken, I'm sure having the Canadian banks aware of the issue and possibly weighing in wouldn't hurt.finiki, the Canadian financial wiki New editors wanted and welcomed, please help collaborate and improve the wiki. – Scott Adams Maybe, or maybe the banks won't really care?
Their primary driver to go paperless was reduced costs of course. But the idea that they could not continue to track finances by manually entering transactions fueled push-back from Quicken customers.
We need to make ourselves heard.finiki, the Canadian financial wiki New editors wanted and welcomed, please help collaborate and improve the wiki. I don't see a .99 online price, but maybe it's discounted?
I see Starter for .99, Deluxe for .99, Premier for 9.99 and Home & Business for 9.99.
Assuming I can still do it after April of this year, I will just enter my investment transactions manually, and update stock/etf/MF prices when I can.
I can live without knowing every transaction in my chequing or credit card accounts.
I know a lot of folks are looking for a ‘final’ answer on the points raised here, and those answers will come, but any decisions made on product features, function, or pricing will take some time and review.And it says you need at least Premier to track investments with the following features that Deluxe does not have: https:// That is mind-bogglingly awful for their loyal users.Even if users pushed back strongly and got them to reverse it, they are just going to come up with similar crap again in the near future.The only real alternative is to give them the finger and leave, but they are counting on that being too inconvenient for many/most.Great Laker, I believe you are looking at USA pricing. Surprisingly, the USA "Premier" version is currently discounted by 40%! I've been a user in 1991, won't be paying for the new version.