Are you looking for Quicken 2010? Quicken 2010 is available now and here are the latest products.
The new versions of all the Quicken products are available to purchase starting today, and shipping of the new software will begin on September 9. Intuit, the company that develops the Quicken software and owns the brand, is offering some special discounts to certain websites including Consumerism Commentary. I was not selected to be included in the Quicken 2009 beta test, so I have not seen the software yet. I will most likely download the latest version and share my thoughts as soon as possible.
I’ve been generally happy with my switch from Microsoft Money to Quicken several years ago. There were some improvements I hoped for last year after my dissatisfaction with the earliest release of Quicken 2007 and my reconsideration after Intuit released some fixes. None of the ideas on my wish list were included in the 2008 version, so I’d like to get a look at any improvements in the newest release.
Here are the products now available as well as the discounted price for each. These prices beat even those listed by Amazon.com. All of these products except for the Online Edition can be ordered as CD-ROMs to be delivered to you or as direct downloads.
|Quicken 2009 Home & Business||$69.99 ($30 discount)|
|Quicken 2009 Premier||$59.99 ($30 discount)|
|Quicken 2009 Deluxe||$39.99 ($20 discount)|
|Quicken Mac||$69.99 (no discount)|
|Quicken 2009 Rental Property Manager||$99.99 ($50 discount)|
|Quicken Medical Expense Manager||$49.99 ($20 discount)|
|Quicken Home Inventory Manager||$29.99 (no discount)|
|Quicken Online Edition||As of October 13, 2008, Quicken Online is free|
I will continue to be a Quicken user. There have been many attempts to develop web-based software for money management, including Mint, Geezeo, and even Quicken Online (review here). None of these programs suit my needs at this point.