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Yes you can. You just need to create separate data files for each. It's not too difficult and the program will walk you through it.
By Jordan M. Wyllie on June 16, 2013
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I don't remember being asked what country I was working in (and I installed it twice), and Quicken apparently uses your Windows setting to set the currency, etc..
BUT Quicken allows your to set other currencies as your default currency:
To change currencies, you must have already enabled Quicken for multicurrency su… see more
I don't remember being asked what country I was working in (and I installed it twice), and Quicken apparently uses your Windows setting to set the currency, etc..
BUT Quicken allows your to set other currencies as your default currency:
To change currencies, you must have already enabled Quicken for multicurrency support.
Currency display can also be affected by the Regional Options selected in your Windows Control Panel.
I hope this helps! see less

By Manuel Perez on July 14, 2013
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I got the same problem with my bank and other accounts could not pass the security credentials. When I upgraded I found out that the credentials were now fine. I upgraded to 2013 and they have no new features that I can see at this point. I am looking for another accounting system to replace it before I have to upgr… see more I got the same problem with my bank and other accounts could not pass the security credentials. When I upgraded I found out that the credentials were now fine. I upgraded to 2013 and they have no new features that I can see at this point. I am looking for another accounting system to replace it before I have to upgrade again. It us usually about three years. see less
By Richard Bilow on June 20, 2013
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It was terrible and end up charging me $999.99 for two years of help. I finally was able to have it all removed and money was refunded but lost ALL my accounting.
By John on July 10, 2013
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I wish I could recommend Quicken, but I am filled with dread every time I have to open the software. I use Intuit's QuickBooks software to do the accounting for a non-profit organization with an annual income of less than $25,000. I also use QuickBooks to do the accounting for an LLC with about $2,000,000 in annual … see more I wish I could recommend Quicken, but I am filled with dread every time I have to open the software. I use Intuit's QuickBooks software to do the accounting for a non-profit organization with an annual income of less than $25,000. I also use QuickBooks to do the accounting for an LLC with about $2,000,000 in annual sales. It is SO easy to use, intuitive, and helpful. I LOVE QuickBooks. Unfortunately, it is a lot more expensive than Quicken. Hopefully someone can recommend something less expensive for you that will not have you pulling out your hair. see less
By Jody on September 13, 2013
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It sounds like you may need to contact Customer Support and/or Intuit to figure out what's happening here...
By Brandon B on December 13, 2012
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Normally it would, however its typical to upgrade every 2 years. After that you usually are unable to upgrade and have to start over.
By John W. on January 22, 2013
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Yes, a check register - or multiple check registers are key features of Quicken. You can have them for multiple accounts.
By Laura on November 1, 2013
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At least 17 Megs
By Scott on August 1, 2013