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Subject:  Re: Ideas for Quicken Replacement? Date:  1/17/2022  10:12 AM
Author:  TMFTaurean Number:  11299 of 11333

For the amount of value and peace of mind I get from all the Quicken does to help manage and track every aspect of my finances, a $70 or so annual fee is worth it several times over for me. Since they've moved to the subscription model, it's been encouraging to see the steady stream of updates with improvements and fixes that were so lacking in the days before that, and when Quicken was still owned by Intuit.

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