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I have been trying both mint and Quicken. I leaned more toward mint because of the iPad option but neither is particularly helping me. There are so many glitches in updating and calculating in both that I almost think I am better just keeping my spreadsheets and updating them manually.

I have a pension from my husband, self-employment income, a couple of rental properties, 2 homes, SEP, Roth, Trad IRA and taxable accounts(3 brokerages).

I have Quicken rental properties version.

What am I missing ?
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