I long ago gave up on Intuit Canada providing any useful new features in new releases of Quicken and that an upgrade every three years to maintain the ability to download financial transactions is essentially a service charge.
Sadly for long-time Quicken users with extensive data, there really isn't any viable alternative solution.
Has anyone upgraded to Quicken 2016 Home and Business?
Any gotchas or significant changes that caused grief for long-time users?
It's only math, after all, and that's a basic computer function. Or perhaps they feel that people who have enough money to count deserve to be soaked.
I just pay the Actually there is: Gnu Cash "is personal and small-business financial-accounting software, freely licensed under the GNU GPL and available for GNU/Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows.
Here are the steps: Using these steps saved me a lot of frustration when I had to update my credit card number, but keep the same credit card account in Quicken.