Quicken not updating deposits
But due to the lack of new features, no customer service, getting tired of the constant updates, bugs, and somewhat uncertain future — unfortunately, it’s time for me to say good-bye to Quicken. In my testing, I’ve always enjoyed using Personal Capital, as it allows me to see my entire financial picture and investment portfolio at a glance.So much so that we even recommend it as one of the best investment apps available today.Mint also uses the same synchronization service that Quicken uses, so logically I would expect similar problems when syncing up to the same financial intuitions.Based upon those two issues alone, the only obvious choice was Personal Capital.Now you must pay an annual fee or the online features of Quicken are no longer usable. Currently, there are no retail discounts for Quicken, which typically can be up to 55% off the retail price. Existing Quicken users will have to pay an “annual toll” to keep using the product; otherwise, your data is read-only.From my testing of both products extensively (I have over 60 financial accounts), Personal Capital supported more of my accounts.I’ve been a longtime user of the accounting program, as I’ve mentioned in my Quicken reviews.
I also liked the idea of keeping my financial data locally on my desktop computer.Like it or not, individuals and investors alike (especially Millennials) want convenience with up-to-the-minute access to their finances.