I'm afraid your old targets are gone unless you printed out the allocation page before installing 30.10.I think the sample allocations and expected returns have also been removed from Quicken.
(QWin Premier Subscription: R52.28 on Windows 11)
Quicken owes us an explanation as to how expected returns and risk are now being calculated if users remain with the existing, preset asset classes. I also worry that they may now choose to save more money by eliminating downloaded asset classes for securities. Hopefully they will not do that!
Quicken user since Q1999. Currently using QW2017.
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