Quicken Deluxe 2012
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Full user review
"Total disappointment, budget completely broken"
The automatic updating of bank accounts is a nice feature,and the product never crashes. But I desperately wish I could downgrade to Quicken 2011.
Quicken ruined a good product by going to a rolling budget model that makes no sense in the real world. There's no way to plan for the current year, no way to see total income vs total expenses on the planning page.
Product is also flaky, with repeated patches failing to correct issue with negative numbers in budget reports, and with items disappearing from the reconciliation window.
Also - product does not allow you to downgrade to 2011 and keep your data , and won't allow more than one Quicken version to exist at the same time. So migrating is a one-way trap door.
No mobile device sync
STAY AWAY! Stick with Quicken 2011 or wait for 2013. I have been using Quicken since the earliest Windows versions and this version is terrible.
I've wasted hours and hours of my life fighting with the budget, and I'm having to fire up Excel to figure out what my budget actually is.