Quicken Deluxe 2013 review: Intuit bumps the price on its personal finance software, but adds free mobile apps

At a Glance

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  • Quicken Deluxe 2013
    $70.00

    New, free mobile apps are the best reason to upgrade to Quicken 2013 from recent versions; otherwise, this capable but pricey finance manager will appeal primarily to new users who prefer to keep their...

At a Glance

New, free mobile apps are the best reason to upgrade to Quicken 2013 from recent versions; otherwise, this capable but pricey finance manager will appeal primarily to new users who prefer to keep their data on the desktop.

Price when rated: $69.99

Pros

  • Full-featured personal finance software.
  • Extra help for sole-proprietor (Schedule C) businesses.
  • Free iOS and Android apps let you access data from and add transactions to cash, checking and credit card accounts.

Cons

  • Intuit has raised prices for all desktop editions.
  • Mobile apps don't support investment accounts.
  • Intuit's sunset policy forces upgrades every three years to maintain online services.
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