I believe Windows Canadian website comparison is not correct.

In this comparison:

It shows the Starter version as not supporting loan or investment accounts.
I believe this is incorrect.  It does support these account types.  This is different from the US version.

When Quicken went to a subscription the names of the different editions where changed to be consistent with the US version.  The original name for this edition in the Canadian version was "Personal".  And it included these account types.  When the name was changed the functionality wasn't.  In the case of the US Starter version it was originally "Checkbook", which like its name was restricted to the very basic banking account types.  Again its name changed, but not the functionality.
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  • Quicken_Tyka
    Quicken_Tyka Alumni ✭✭✭✭
    Hello Chris,

    Thank you for flagging, although I apologize that you have not received a response.

    Loans, investment accounts, were once available in the Quicken Canada Basic version prior to when the subscription model was released.

    However, with the subscription model, they are not available in Quicken Canada Starter. Therefore, they do require a Deluxe or Home and Business Canada subscription for the ability to track those account types. 

    I hope this clarifies things!
    -Quicken Tyka
  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    @Quicken_Tyka Thank you for letting me know.
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