Folks,Wouldn't you just know it! About five years ago I gave up my Quicken, which I really liked, because I figured, "Microsoft is continually changing their system and I want to go with a compatable, sure-fire program that will be around for a long-long-time." Go, figure?!I once lost a very extensive and specific database (DataPerfect DOS: some may remember) that took me years to complete because Corel (then WordPerfect Corp.) discontinued it because Microsoft had taken over with Windows and Access,.I expect I will go back to using Quicken. If I do, I will use their largest program simply because it will contain more applications. I do remember moving up with my Quicken programs as there was always "one more thing I wished I could do." The larger programs had it all.Does anyone offer a better solution? If so, what and why?All my best,Sails
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