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Congratulations to Patrick, Winner of Quicken Premier 2007

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Thanks to everyone who had suggestions for the next version of Quicken. Now, I’m sure the software architects and programmers don’t read the site, and I’m also sure than Quicken 2008 is just now receiving its final touches in preparation of its release, but there are some great suggestions that one would hope would make it into the 2009 release.

Each commenter on that post — as well as on the reminder the other day — was placed in a virtual hat to participate in a random drawing. The only prize would be a copy of Quicken Premier 2007, provided to me by the Quicken Product Manager at Intuit. Congratulations to Patrick from Cash Money Life, who was randomly picked as the winner!

The software will be going in the mail tomorrow, along with this month’s earlier giveaway, Excuse Me, Your Job is Waiting, by Laura George. This is my first chance to get to a post office in a long time, and I plan on picking up a book of “forever” stamps — but not quite $8,000 worth.

Updated September 28, 2007 and originally published May 25, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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avatar Patrick

Thanks, Flexo! I’m looking forward to receiving it and I will be sure to do a review after I get all of my files transferred over from Quicken 2006. :)

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avatar Manoj

Hope they will provide following two basic facility as
1) Portfolio management
2) Portfolio analysis

It is need services.

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