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Downgrade to Deluxe from Home and Business

In 2016 I upgraded from Quicken Cash Manager to Quicken Home and Business because it was the only version that would track investments at the time. All of my investments are at Scotiabank and don't download into Quicken. I created placeholders for each one and some of them update in Quicken while others have to be updated manually. I don't need all the bells and whistles such as market comparisons etc... I do that on the Scotiabank website. I just want a place to view my investments, credit card and bank accounts without having to log in to all of the associated websites. I noticed that there is now a "Deluxe" version that is $30 less than the H&B version.When it is time to renew my subscription can I "downgrade" to that version without losing my investments data?

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