So that brings us to reviewing the latest version of Quicken.
For this review, Quicken supplied a copy of Quicken Premier 2019 for Windows, and I converted from my previous test installation of Quicken 2018.
I see many comments balking at the new pricing, but at least in my opinion, that’s way overblown.
Right now, a one-year subscription to the highest tier, Home & Business, costs just .99.
So to say I’m a power-user of this product would be an understatement.
In case you missed it, Quicken is no longer owned by Intuit, which sold it to a private equity firm.
I specifically tested all accounts that had online synchronization, since that appears to be a common problem area among Quicken users.
Quicken is the granddaddy of personal finance software, and it’s the product users love to hate.