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Quicken Home & Business 2011 - [Old Version]

by Intuit
Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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  • Quicken Home & Business 2011 pairs the personal finance features of Quicken Premier with tools for the home business
  • Easily organizes your personal and home-based business finances, all in one place
  • Shows you where your money is going: automatically categorizes your personal and home business expenses
  • Lets you view your profit and loss at a glance, so you always know how your home-based business is doing
  • Helps you choose the right investments to reach your goals, and identifies ways to minimize taxes on your investments
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  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
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  • ASIN: B003YJ78JA
  • Item model number: 413786
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 19, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (234 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,121 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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202 of 207 people found the following review helpful By Steve Kowal on October 20, 2010
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I was not a beta tester and was not "encouraged" to write a glowing review by Intuit. This review only speaks to the question of whether this is a worthwhile upgrade from the 2010 version. The 2011 version contains very few new features when compared to the 2010 version. Whether you find these new features worth the upgrade price is debatable. The quicken site is a bit misleading in their "new features" list since many of the items they mention were already in the 2010 version. As with past Quicken upgrades, they largely give you MORE of a existing feature, and not much in the way of new features. So, for example, MORE banks are supported for direct connect. MORE transactions can be automatically categorized since auto-categorization already existed. So in these cases, if your banks are already supported and you don't use auto-categorization, then these enhancements are irrelevant. So for those thinking of upgrading from 2010, here's the list of only NEW features in the 2011 version:

- All Transactions register: This could be handy if you use many accounts and want to enter, maintain and view your transactions in one place. However, if you download transactions from your banking and investment institutions, the download window does not show up when you are in this mode, so you will be forced to continue using the individual account registers anyway.

- Register customization: You can decide which columns appear in each individual register. Transaction Notes can now be shown/edited as a column instead of treating them like an attachment.

- Attachment Encryption: I'm fairly certain this wasn't in the prior version. I guess you can now password protect attachments.
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220 of 228 people found the following review helpful By Simon Belmont on October 23, 2010
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(running this product on Windows 7 home premium, 64 bit edition)

I have been using Quicken 2008 Deluxe for the past 3 years.

The process of sunsetting older versions is annoying, but ultimately necessary I believe. This allows the product staff to focus on making new versions better vs. endless patching of legacy products. I think staying current with this type of application is particularly important since it holds so much of your personal financial data. You really do want the latest so that encryption standards and security settings are at their maximum. Especially if you use the one step update with Quicken and the password vault.

A note on upgrading from previous versions: Make sure you have the current backup file where you can find it. The disc walks you through uninstalling the old version, converting your old data to the new version standard, and ultimately installing the 2011 version. One way overdue update is consolidating the save/backup file into a single file, vs. 3 with 2008!

The update did take awhile, it immediately downloaded patches for the newer version, which seemed to take longer than I would've thought. It also converted all the old transactions/downloads from the old data, which took awhile as well. I've been using Quicken since 2001, so I had plenty of data for it to convert.

But overall, no weird error messages or restarting, it just worked. One major gripe with 2008 was how bug-ridden the one step update process was. I managed to finally get it to work in terms of doing my IRA accounts, but always had to download transactions manually for other accounts.
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199 of 207 people found the following review helpful By Naomi Lynn on October 17, 2010
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This purchase was a huge disappointment. The software is new and there were only nine reviews, but they were all extremely positive, so I felt confident taking the plunge. I was so excited in fact, that I paid a premium to download rather than wait for UPS. In retrospect, I should have paid more attention to the eerie similarity between the reviews, and in fact they were all from beta testers (shills?) perhaps working off the same talking points. The new version was supposed to run faster and work with twice the number of financial institutions. But this is not what I experienced. I was fairly content with Home and Business 2008. The only reason I downloaded 2011 is because I want to access certain accounts that 2008 cannot, such as my 401K with ADP, my kids 529's with New York State, and a savings/loan account with Sallie Mae. Turns out none of these accounts are accessible with 2011! It was a complete waste and it actually runs slower than 2008. Don't be snookered like me, save your money.
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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Peter W. Kent on January 7, 2011
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I didn't want to buy this, I'll admit, but the banks have been dropping MS Money support, so I have no option but to switch; the only software the banks now use is Quicken.

I wasn't looking forward to it, because I've worked with Intuit products before ... various versions of Quickbooks. Admittedly it was ten years ago, but I can't say I was impressed--it was pretty buggy stuff, with terrible usability--so I wasn't looking forward to the change.

The initial import of my data actually went surprisingly well. Not perfect, though. If you have any long memos on transactions, they will be truncated... you're going to lose part of them. (30 years ago, when I first got involved in software development, one of the best programmers I've ever known gave me a fantastic rule of thumb; you always make any input field you create far larger than you imagine anyone really needs ... then double it. Intuit's programmer's never got that memo.)

This evening, though, I've run into bug, after bug, after bug. This software is horrible. At this moment I've been on Intuit support chat for about two hours trying to get bill pay (through Wells Fargo) working. At this very moment I have a Wells Fargo account that appears to have Bill Pay turned on, even though it does not have online access turned on, and the software will not let me turn on online access. It's a long story, I won't bore you with the details, but it's a Quicken bug that the support people can't figure out.

Here's an example of another bug/usability problem I found earlier. I want to send a payment to someone I've sent 50 payments to already, via Bill Pay (a moot point, considering I can't get Bill Pay turned on, but let's assume for the moment Bill Pay was working).
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