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New $20 Discounts on Intuit Quicken 2009 Products

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Quicken 2009 has been available since last fall. I’ve been meaning to upgrade my version of Quicken 2008 Home & Business, but I don’t think my computer can handle any software changes until I reinstall the operating system. I’ve been using Quicken to manage my finances for the last several years. I used to use Microsoft Money (now called Microsoft Money Plus).

I prefer the desktop software over the free, web-based Quicken Online. I use the investment features of Quicken Home & Business. While Quicken Online offers great cash-flow features, it isn’t strong when dealing with investments.

Anyhow, if you’re interested in purchasing an updated Quicken product, make sure you’re getting the best price. These discounts are available until January 25.

Quicken 2009 Home & Business $99.99 $79.99
Quicken 2009 Premier $89.99 $69.99
Quicken 2009 Deluxe $59.99 $39.99
Quicken 2009 Rental Property Manager $149.99 $129.99
Quicken Online Edition As of October 13, 2008, Quicken Online is free

For most of the editions of the software, the new $20 discount is better than the previous 20% discount. The software can be downloaded or delivered to your house on CD-ROM for the same price.

Consumerism Commentary is an authorized affiliate of Quicken.

Updated December 2, 2009 and originally published January 7, 2009. 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 chicagoman

I’m about what the new features are, is it worth an upgrade?

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