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Quicken 2003 Premier Home & Business

by Intuit
Platform : Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows 95
32 customer reviews

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Quicken 2003 Premier Home & Business includes all the business features you need with the ease you want. And because it's from Quicken, Premier Home & Business provides familiar, user-friendly approaches to manage your business and personal finances.

Use Quicken 2003 Premier Home & Business to create customizable estimates and invoices, see at a glance where your business stands, and manage and simplify business taxes. You can also track accounts receivable and payable, and track vehicle mileage, jobs, and projects.

Quicken 2003 Premier Home & Business also includes everything in Quicken 2003 Premier to help you optimize your personal finances. Enjoy intelligent and tax-smart investing insights, new Schedule A, B, and D reports, and an Investor's Reference Guide with step-by-step tutorials. Use Buy/Sell Preview to view your estimated proceeds and potential capital gains. In addition, the Schedule Updates feature tells Quicken when to go online and download your data, so your information will be up-to-date when you open the program. Quicken's guided setup suggests what to set up and track in Quicken based on your goals. A fresh, more intuitive design provides faster access to your accounts, as well as the features people use most.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000069IFH
  • Date first available at July 25, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,099 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 3, 2003
I have used Quicken for about 6 years now and love most of the program. However, the 2003 version is no improvement over 2002. The didn't fix many of the bugs and added a few new one. For example, you still can't edit your ESOP transaction once you enter them. One of the new bug is you can't resize the search results window.Also, Quicken has gone way overboard with advertising. The software in now basically ad-ware, which would be ok if they didn't sell it to you. Finally, the business functions are so cripple they're almost useless. You can't even chose the columns or entries on invoices.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Klasmeier on May 21, 2003
I have been with Quicken since 3.0. I have loved the software and have been a strong advocate for it. Now that I have upgraded to Quicken Premier 2003, my attitude has complete changed. I have never seen such terribly written software before. This is purely pitiful.
I have recently upgraded from Quicken 2000 Deluxe and I have had nothing but trouble. First of all, of course, it couldn't convert my old data file. I had a ton of errors to sort through. Secondly, the interface constantly locks up on me (I am using XP). Thirdly, the interface is so obscure, you will find yourself running in circles just trying to accomplish what used to take minutes. The help is pitiful. The support is even worse. The interface is absolutely retched, extremely slow (I am running at 1.3 GHz) and riddled with bugs. Intuit is no longer interested in making good software.
I hate to sound so negative. I am not one who complains so much, but this software is more than a disappointment, it has been a complete waste of my time. Trust me, don't buy it, don't install it, and don't use it. You will be very sorry. Even if you are given it for fee.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Marcus Novius on May 31, 2003
If you're running Windows XP, Quicken 2003 isn't for you. Yes, the interface has grown clunky -- the mark of software that's piled on so many bells and whistles that it's become morbidly obese. But what good is any financial software if you can't print reports? With XP, you cannot. Quicken 2003 simply crashes and closes when you hit the print command.
"Windows XP is bad at processing 16-bit printing," a Quicken service rep told me today. His advice? Remove the latest and greatest HP printer drivers and install drivers for Windows 98. Of course, full-featured printing will suffer with most every other application on my computer, and XP poses serious obstacles to such a ploy since Win98 drivers are not certified for XP, but Intuit offers no other solution.
When I pointed out that I run a lot programs and that only Quicken won't print in XP, my exasperated tech rep sighed, "I know, I hear that a lot." Publicly, Intuit is clearly in denial. There's not a clue about XP printing problems to be found on Quicken's support site.
It's sad, really. Intuit once brought personal and business accounting into its full glory on the PC platform, but they've stumbled and fallen flat today. ...Unless you're one of the few still running Windows 98, forget this retro dinosaur.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Exactly My Point on November 16, 2002
(I would rate this product 2 1/2 stars if I could)
I opened up a new small business and was trying to decide whether I should upgrade my Quicken 2002 deluxe to either Quicken 2003 Home and Business or the Microsoft Money equivalent. I ultimately ended up upgrading to Quicken and now think this is a mistake of epic proportion.
There is good news and bad news. First the good news. The program does a lot of cool stuff that I need to do. I pay all my bills online and have never had a (major) problem. Occasionally, I will get the little annoyances like when all my transactions were duplicated and I had to go back and delete two years of double transaction. However, I must say that the program overall is a time saver and helps me keep track of all my expenses, both home and business. I never thought I would ever need all those little accounting details until the IRS did a complete anal exam and wanted everything in excruciating detail. Sure did come in handy.
HOWEVER, for some reason, Quicken refuses to upgrade their user interface to the new millennium. There are so many features that are stuck in the 80s and 90s that it makes it more difficult to use. For example, to set preferences, you have to click the menu-preference-preference item several time to get them all. All other software brings up one preference screen with tabs in it to set all the preferences at once.
And then the big beef. Here is a "suggestion" I sent today to Intuit. I will let it speak for itself.
This is not going to be a happy comment. So if you are not emotionally prepared for a very unhappy customer, please forward this message on to someone else. It won't be abusive or anything like that, but I am going to vent some of my frustrations.
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Rob Shiras on January 18, 2003
As a software engineer, I am shocked at the low level of help documentation with Quicken for Home and Business. There should be What's This Help on every object in every screen. There is none.
There should be context sensitive help on every screen. In many places, p
ressing F1 merely opens the help file to the last place the user was viewing. This is frustrating to the user, who was obviously not able to find the answer during the last attempt to find help.
Register Report Printing: You should be able to print a register report with the Windows standard Ctrl-P. However, Ctrl-P prints the entire check register, not the report in focus. You have to press the printer icon to print a register report. There should at least be a warning that you are about to print the entire check register, especially when it is not even in focus. Ctrl-P should always print the window in focus. In reports, it does not.
There should be a way to assign a checking deposit to several invoice payments. Each invoice is paid for with one check. One Deposit contains many checks (each for a separate invoice payment). Therefore, there must be a one-to-many relationship between checking deposits and invoice payments. This should be able to be accomplished from the split category dialog, but it is not. The user should be able to select invoices from within the split category dialog.
The Manual Match feature of accepting downloaded transactions should have a one to one correspondence with the items being matched, but it does not. For example, It is possible to select multiple invoices using the manual match for a deposit into a bank account. When the deposit contains three checks for three invoices, the split category should clearly designate the invoices that are being paid.
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