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c) Instead of upgrading to Q2013, you could get Q2012 cheap from a third party. There's been a whole year for Intuit to fix the bugs in Q2012, so you could have two clean years of downloading till you're forced to upgrade to Q2014 after Q2015 comes out. It's a strategy, and it might be cheaper than upgrading every three years to the latest version.

Hey Patzer,

I think the above is an excellent recommendation for the OP. Also, IMO the d/l of QFX files is really not bad. I've been using the QFX downloads from my banks, credit cards (but not equities) for many years without any problems. Have a rec ............

Rich
Arizona
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