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Duplicating an account
I've been using Quicken 2007 for Mac for years. In Quicken 2007, it allows you to save a copy of an account. I use this feature because I like to create a new account each year for my business and it saves all my autofill entries. When I save a copy, it allows me to choose what date range to keep. Since I'm starting new, I save from 12/30/2018 to 12/31/2018 so I only have to delete a few entries to start fresh. I'd like to find a way to do the same with the current version of Quicken but it's not working well. When I duplicated my 2018 account and renamed it 2019, I got a message from Quicken that the file was open already and my data may get corrupted. Is that really the case the way I'm doing it or is there a better to have a fresh account each year with the autofill transactions and categories in tact?
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