No option to set up liability acct in Starter edition [edited]
edited March 2022 in Download, Add/Update Accounts (Windows)
I am trying to set up a liability account and the only options I have are to be connected or off-line. So that would be either be banking or cash no other options available what’s wrong?
What version of Quicken are you running? In current US versions Deluxe or higher, I would go to Tools > Add Account > Other Assets and Liabilities > Liability.
Starter Edition may be limited.
QWin Premier subscription0
That’s kind of the frustrating part several years ago I bought the home and business version and then they want you to update and they charge you and now I’m back to a starter edition so I really don’t have what I purchased in the beginning what do I do.0
I edited the title of your post to indicate more clearly what the problem is.QWin Premier subscription0
You need Deluxe or above, the Stater edition doesn't support liability accounts.0
Well well the kicker is I initially purchased a home and business version and now they’ve dumbed me back to a starter edition who do I talk to what do I do. I suppose they just want more money for a higher subscription0
Yes, higher versions of Quicken cost more, but Office Depot has a sale on the Deluxe edition for $32.
I would suggest contacting Quicken Support to see if they can refund your money for Starter and go for the Deluxe version.
Contact Quicken Support
P.S. If you actually paid for Home & Business and then got Starter somehow, they definitely need to fix that! And Quicken Support would be the right people to talk to get it fixed.0
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