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Thanks for that quick answer. I have one
other question: since I am not 'trading' or investing much, but simply
have income related investments such as bonds, can I downgrade to
Deluxe. I am only asking because I do not like the increases in how
much I am now having to pay Quicken for their premium end of their
offerings. I am actually shopping now for an alternative and [Removed - Soliciation] offers a product (checking it out) and I will likely migrate to
another program so Long as I can import my Quicken data successfully.
I have been using Quicken since the EARLIER EVER editions. I am
quite perplexed by the apparent profit motive with an annual model,
which is motivating me to move elsewhere!
Well, I would be comfortable paying a lower price for the premier, say around $45 a year. I paid $47 for the intro price for the first year. I am also beginning to think that the Premier version is more than I need. I am looking at Personal Capital as well...Since the Mint product is also about "data mining" - - thanks for the tip - - I will stick with the Big Q for another year and downgrade to the Deluxe version.
I do not like the increases in how much I am now having to pay Quicken for their premium end of their offerings... I am quite perplexed by the apparent profit motive with an annual model, which is motivating me to move elsewhere!