"poor product"1.5 starson by groselw
Pros: not much. If you are starting off in life and all financial institutions you are involved with allow data to be downloaded directly into quicken it might be okay.
Cons: Importing data from MS money is fair. Many credit cards do not upload to quicken.
Summary: After about five years of using quicken I switched to MS Money for about a decade and found it more user friendly. When MS anounced it was going to stop producing Money I decided to give Quicken a try again. Sorry I wasted the money. Most of the accounts imported from money to quicken but not all. Not all financial institutions I deal with particularly Credit Cards will download directly. I would take the quicken I used in the early 1990s over the product today. Somehow Intuit has managed to get worse with time that is why I switched to Money in the first place.