Oct 25, 2016

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* Footnotes and disclaimers Cheap Intuit Quicken Rental Property Manager 2009 The Debt Reduction Planner problem I had was this: some years ago, I had run the Debt Reduction Planner to put together a plan for paying off all of my bills (credit cards, mortgage, car payments, etc). This worked fine, initially. However, at some point, I tried to "recalculate" the plan and, somehow, the payment for one of my bills got converted to a negative number. This resulted in the projected balance for that bill constantly going up (based upon their rmended payment) rather than down. I tried numerous times to correct this, but never could get it straightened out, even after upgrading through at least 2 additional versions (I kept hoping it was a problem with a prior version that got straightened out with a new release). In the end, I decided the problem must have been in the data file; and that's why I chose to start with a fresh data file (rather than the file I've been using since 1994). So far, I haven't had this problem in the 2010 Rental Property Manager version. UPDATE: After using this product for more than a year it's still very good. I have run into one problem in dealing with the rental property management portion of the application: it doesn't handle partial payments very well. My renter ran into some financial difficulties and was only able to make a partial payment for several months. When I recorded the payment and tried to apply it against the outstanding rent, Quicken treated a partial payment as payment-in-full and essentially closed out the invoice. I had expected it to simply apply the payment and leave the remainder as a balance due. So, to deal with this, I've had to track my renter's payments myself, and only apply the last payment to the outstanding invoice in order to keep the invoices "open" until paid in full. I'm hoping they'll get this fixed in a future release. Privacy Importing data to Quicken 2016 for Windows: imports data from Quicken Windows 2010 or newer, Microsoft Money 2008 and 2009 (for Deluxe and higher). Quicken Windows Starter Editions imports data from prior versions of Starter Edition only. Cheap Intuit Quicken Rental Property Manager 2009 Paying bills with Quicken for Windows is available only if you have Quicken Bill Pay or if your bank offers Bill Pay with Quicken. Paying bills and money transfer with Quicken for Mac are available only if your bank offers Bill Pay with Quicken. Importing data to Quicken 2016 for Mac: imports from Quicken Windows 2010 or newer, Quicken Mac 2007 & 2015, Quicken Essentials for Mac, Moneydance, and iBank. Quicken for Mac software, including desktop and mobile versions, is not designed to function for use outside the U.S. I am a perennial naysayer when ites to Quicken's "upgrades". Yes, I agree with everyone whoplains about Intuit's business model of introducing mandatory upgrades periodically that one is forced to take because older versions be obsoleted. But ultimately, time marches on and software does need to be upgraded. Once having accepted the inevitible (Intuit notified me they would no longer be supporting Premier 2007e April 2010), I sighed a deep sigh and purchased Quicken 2010 Rental Property version. Sorry Amazon, this was one purchase I made directly from Intuit. Had you had this directly available through Amazon, you could have had the sale, but I digress. 3) exporting to excel has never been a strong suit. You can indeed export an account to Excel but, you can't subsequently update an existing Excel spreadsheet. This is a pain. It would be nice to develop reports in Excel that Quicken simply does not provide. If you go throught the effort of exporting data to a spreadsheet, it would be nice if you didn't have to start from scratch every time. Now, if I'm simply undereducated in the use of Excel, then PLEASE someone out there direct me to the appropriate feature that would allow me to append a new month's worth of data to an existing spreadsheet via Quicken Export. TurboTax: Sold separately. Works with the CD/download versions of TurboTax Basic, Deluxe, Premier, and Home & Business. There are a number of features I don't use, like downloading transactions from my bank and credit cards. I prefer to enter everything manually, so my records account for expenditures that I've made regardless of whether they've posted to the account or not. I simply sit down with my receipts every night and update the accounts with all payments, ie, and expenditures. I tried the download feature, but determined that I prefer to do the entry manually because of the lag in some postings (some purchases would take 2 or 3 days to show up on the account). If you're as meticulous as I am, you'll probably prefer to turn off the automatic downloads; but, if you're like most people, you'll probably like that feature and use it rather than having to enter data every night. Trademarks: iPhone and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Quicken License Agreement After installing Quicken Property Manager 2010, I checked every account and report that was critical to me. Apart from the usual cosmetic user interface differences, I found nothing amiss. The migration of data files went very smoothly and for once, there's an aspect of Quicken's upgrades worth the hassle. Now instead of 4 or 5 separate Quicken files, Intuit manages to keep everything in one - albeit larger - file. In terms of keeping track of backup files, this is a significant improvement. All in all, I'm very happy with this product, and won't hesitate to upgrade again when the 2012 version is released. I have investment accounts, some with transaction going back to 1982 (e.g. a mutual fund that I've been dollar cost averaging into since then), so for managing my investment portfolio, Quicken Premier is minimally a necessity. On that front, my only beefs are that: By C. Ehret on April 2, 2010 I picked up the Rental Property Manager version because I do, in fact, own a rental property. Prior to this version, I was trying to manage it using Quicken Home & Business (with the rental property operating as a business). I had also picked up the separate Rental Property Manager software (that was ONLY for managing rental properties) but it didn't work very well for me. With the 2010 Quicken Rental Property Manager I was FINALLY able to get all of my finances organized in one piece of software in a manner that actually works well for me. 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