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3.0 out of 5 stars 2,540 customer reviews

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  • Organize all your accounts in one place
  • Understand your spending
  • Create and stick to a budget
  • Develop a personal debt reduction and savings plan
  • Stay on top of bills and spending with email, text alerts & reminders

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Product Description

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Product Description

Quicken Deluxe. Make the most of your money with step-by-step guidance to achieving your personal financial goals.

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Quicken Deluxe 2013

Make the most of your money with step-by-step guidance to achieving your personal financial goals. Organizes all your accounts in one place no matter if it is your bank, credit card, retirement, and loans. Categorizes expenses so you can quickly see where your money goes. Guidance to creating a budget you can stick to. Reminders help you stay on top of bills. Personal debt reduction planner helps you reach your zero balance faster. Create customized savings plans. New! Make smart decisions on the go with the mobile and tablet apps.

Product Features

Here’s how Quicken can help, right away:

  • Shows all your accounts in one place. There’s no need to go to multiple websites and statements – or to do your own math
  • Automatically puts your spending into categories like “Auto” and “Utilities,” so you know where your money is going
  • Makes it easy to save more, reduce debt, and create a budget you can live with
  • New: Make smart decisions on the go with the mobile and tablet apps1

Organize all your accounts in one place2

With Quicken Deluxe, you'll be able to see all your checking, savings, credit card, loan, investments, and retirement accounts in one place, so you'll know exactly where you're spending your money. All without looking at multiple sites and statements: Quicken downloads your income and expenses from your bank(s), so you don't have to enter transactions manually.

See exactly where your money's going

Know where you're spending, and where you can save. Quicken automatically tracks and categorizes your expenses like groceries, entertainment, and more, so you don't have to edit them manually.

Easily manage your day-to-day cash flow

Our cash flow graph takes into account upcoming paychecks and bills, and checks that haven’t cleared. So you get the true, clear picture of what you really have to spend or save today.

Updated for 2013:

  • New mobile app
  • Email and text alerts
  • More flexible budgeting
  • And more
FREE mobile app1

Easily manage your money on the go. Check account balances, track your budget, enter transactions, even receive timely updates and alerts, all from wherever you happen to be. With Quicken 2013 and the Quicken mobile app, your information is synced between your computer, tablet, and smartphone.

Get email and text alerts2

Get automatic updates on the latest changes (for example, going over your budget) or suspicious activity in your accounts (large deposits, unusual transactions, and more). Plus, receive weekly summaries to get a quick snapshot of the latest changes to spending, account balances and budgets over the past week.

More flexible budgeting

We’ve improved Quicken budgeting based on suggestions from customers like you. The new full-year view makes it easy to plan for monthly differences in budgets, so you stay on track for the year. Net amounts quickly show whether you are spending more or less than you make in a month. And rollovers are back — letting you apply leftover amounts to the following month.

System Requirements

  • Processor: 1 GHz
  • Operating System: Windows XP SP2+, Vista, Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit), Windows 8 (inc 64-bit)
  • Memory: 1 GB
  • Hard Disk Space: Up to 450 MB free space; up to 1 GB if .NET not installed
  • Display: 1024 x 768 or higher resolution
  • CD-ROM Drive: Required
  • Internet: 56 Kbps (broadband recommended for online services)
  • Printer: Any printer compatible with Windows XP SP2 or later
  • Additional Software: Microsoft .NET 2.0 or later (included in Quicken installer), Windows Installer 3.1 (included in Quicken installer), Internet Explorer 6.0 or later (included in Quicken installer)

1. Quicken app compatible with Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android phones and tablets and is sold separately. Not all Quicken desktop features are available in Quicken app. Visit Quicken.com/go/apps for details.
2. Online features require Internet access and are subject to change. Services vary among participating financial institutions or other parties and may be subject to application approval, additional terms, conditions and fees. More than 14,500 participating financial institutions as of 10/1/2012.

Product Information

Release date September 30, 2012
Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars 2,540 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
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I've been a Quicken user for 23 years (since 1990). I started out upgrading every year, but after a few less-than-great versions I became more selective about buying upgrades. My Quicken 2010 Deluxe was almost to end-of-life (with regard to transaction downloads), so I had to decide whether to purchase the new 2013 version, or perhaps find a 2012 copy. Reading all the negative reviews here on Amazon initially scared me off 2013, but as I monitored reviews across the Internet it appeared to be getting better. I put in my Christmas gift request for 2013 Deluxe, and am happy to report that my transition from Q10 to Q13 has been very smooth. The new version automatically uninstalled my Q10, installed Q13, and updated it with all the patches (release 10). I had almost 200,000 entries that converted without any issue, and all my stock history came across cleanly as well. I was concerned they'd changed the user interface dramatically between 2010 and 2013, but I was able to navigate without problems as soon as the new version opened. I created my Quicken mobile CLOUD ID from within the PC software, specified the subset of accounts I wanted to access from my iPad, and waited as it synched the necessary info to the cloud. With the iPad app installed, I was able to review my information without any problems. I haven't used it long enough to say with certainty there aren't any remaining issues, but it appears all of the issues that led to 1-star reviews early on have been addressed. Any of you on 2010 that are looking at 2013 and wondering if it will be okay, I can report that I'm a happy upgrade customer.
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I have been using quicken now for a very very long time. Every year I diligently upgrade to the next release. I always puchase the deluxe version. Overall I have been very pleased witht the product. This specfic release is defiitely not ready for the general public and misleading. I purchased the product today specifically for the mobile functionality as most other consumers did. I was expecting everything to go smoothly. After installing it and then it going through the conversion of my 2012 data i was ready to test the cloud syncing functionality. This did not go well. It looked as though it was working and completed. The only alert/error I got was "create category" and a little yellow triangle. I then downloaded and installed the ipad app. When I open that app, there is nothing there so obviously my deakto app is not syncing with the cloud. I decided to google this error and found all the other uaers having the same issue. I then contacted intuit support online chat. The support person directed me to several support docs explaining this issue and some error trapping. He said that they are aware of the issue and do not have a fix or a timeframe for the fix. These docs basically had me turn on specific debugging flags and perform some error trapping along ith a screen shot of the actual error. I have been in IT support now for 22 years and I doubt many users could have gone through all of this troubleshooting/steps to try to trap the error. I then emailed intuit all of these files and was told I shold hear somethng soon. He did say i had 60 days to get my refund if I was not satisfied with the product. I will wait a week to her something and then I may get my money back. The problem I have with them is that they should be up front and say that this feature is not working yet or pull the product until it is resolved. I would tell all the consumers to wait to purchase this item.
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Kathryn says
October 10, 2012
Hi Kevin,
Thank you again for providing feedback about the mobile app and your support experience here-it has been extremely helpful for us in identifying and fixing some of these issues, in particular, the "create category" error. Again, we apologize for the issues you experienced. We know this has caused problems in using Quicken 2013 itself, and we are happy to announce that we've released a product and server update that should resolve the majority of issues some users are experiencing. To download this update, you can perform a One Step Update and then download the patch release, or download the "mondo" patch here: http://quicken.intuit.com/support/help/go/GEN82798

We still have a small number of unique issues that we are tracking down, and we will provide more information as soon as fixes for these are validated--for details on these issues, and updated information on how to fix your issues, visit this updated FAQ http://quicken.intuit.com/support/help/go/INF21487

If you find that the updates have changed or improved your experience, please help us and other users by sharing your feedback here-the more we hear from you, the better we can focus on updates that will give everyone a best-in-class experience.

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I was perfectly happy with Quicken 2012 but when I saw that 2013 had an iPad app I had to take the plunge. Throughout my day, I spend a lot of pocket cash that I often forget about, and the idea of being able to enter transactions directly on my iPad and then sync them when I got home was *very* appealing to me since I'd often end a month with a few hundred dollars in "pocket cash" when my wallet only had $20 in it.

However, the cloud experience just flat out does not work. I added all of my accounts, but when I log into the iPad App it tells me to go to my computer and add the accounts. I've tried cloud sync several times. After about 5 minutes, a window pops up that "Quicken has stopped responding" with options to close the program or continue waiting. I picked "Continue" then took my dogs for a walk, only to return 20 minutes later to the same message and I have a *VERY* fast Internet connection (it took about 1 minute to download the Quicken program itself).

After doing some research on the web, I saw that a lot of users were not only having trouble with the iPad app, but were LOSING DATA. This thought terrifies me, so I temporarily turned off cloud sync.

As for the rest of the app, nothing really new and exciting. It does what Quicken is supposed to do.

I'm giving it two stars because the basic app itself is functional, but I feel Intuit has really misled the consumer into upgrading with the idea of a cloud-based iPad app when this app isn't working properly.
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DO NOT purchase this version of Quicken. Wait at least another 6 months to see if Intuit has corrected the extremely shoddy work evident in this upgrade. Or buy something else. I have been a Quicken user for about 15 years, at least. Over the past 4-5 years, the annual Quicken updates have been pretty sparse in terms of enhancements. As a result, I haven't been upgrading every year, though I did eventually upgrade to Quicken 2011. I was REALLY looking forward to Quicken 2013 when I saw Intuit finally added mobile functionality. Unfortunately, the mobile functionality simply does not work. Despite repeated attempts, I get continual errors when I synchronize. And when some accounts eventually do synchronize, (I've never gotten all of them to do so successfully), all the category information is missing. Every transaction says "Uncategorized" whereas in the desktop version, they are all categorized properly. This could be because of the mobile sync errors I get. However, regardless of the reason, it should work as advertised and this product flatly does not. Quicken 2013 also seems to have taken a big step backward in its ability to convert data from previous versions of Quicken. All the upgrades I've executed previously went as expected, very smooth. But with Quicken 2013, something is very wrong. Though the conversion of my Quicken 2011 file appears to have completed successfully, the first time I update my checking accounts via online access - or if I try the basic reconcile feature - all my balances are way out of whack. Split transactions, most notably paychecks and mortgages, suddenly double. Balances show as 10-15 times their correct amounts. It's truly mind-boggling. For clarity, the version of Quicken 2013 I am using is current through R4.Customer service for Quicken is also woefully inept.Read more ›
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