Quicken 2015 Release Date Rumors & News

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Updated October 1st, 2014 – Finally – It’s here!!  You can now pick up all of the 2015 Quicken Windows versions directly at Intuit.com. And for a limited time, you can get $10.00 off your order of Deluxe 2015, Premier 2015, or Home & Business 2015 with this instant coupon at intuit.com (this coupon is automatically applied to your order).

Updated September 22nd, 2014 – Quicken 2015 is now available!  Pick up Quicken Deluxe 2015Premier 2015Home & Business 2015Rental Property Manager 2015, and Starter Edition 2015 now at Amazon. You’ll also be able to download your order right after checkout so no need to wait for the box to arrive in the mail. Intuit.com is not yet shipping the 2015 versions except for Quicken 2015 for Mac.  From what we were able to learn, Intuit will begin selling the 2015 versions on September 30th.  Why are they waiting so long to update their site when Amazon is already selling the new versions?  We’re not sure but it’s exactly the same thing that happened last year as well.

Updated September 21st, 2014 – The all new PC versions of Quicken 2015 are expected to be released tomorrow – Amazon has just updated their Quicken 2015 release date from October 1st to September 22nd (that’s on Monday!).  They are currently accepting pre-orders for the digital version for all five versions: Quicken Deluxe 2015Premier 2015Home & Business 2015Rental Property Manager 2015, and Starter Edition 2015. If you’re looking for Quicken 2015 for Mac, it was released a few weeks ago

Here’s what we know so far about the improvements in Quicken 2015 for PC. We also have a chart outlining Quicken Deluxe vs. Premier vs. Home & Business for 2015. In summary, all versions now have free credit score and monitoring alerts (from 14,500 participating financial institutions), enhancements to the interface to make it easier to use, and changes in the back-end to run faster. Premier, Home & Business and Rental Property Manager have a new “Portfolio X-Ray” feature that scans your holding to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses. We have no other details available at this point.

If you happen to be looking for Quicken 2015 for Mac, it’s already been released a few weeks ago!  Here are more details about the new mac version.

Updated September 10th, 2014 – Pre-orders for Quicken Deluxe 2015, Premier 2015, Home & Business 2015, Rental Property Manager 2015, and Starter Edition 2015 have all been posted on Amazon. A ship date of October 1st, 2014 is listed but we still expect it to be released a little bit earlier by Intuit – Likely by September 25th as we saw last year.

Be sure to sign up to our release date notifier list (located at the right of this page) to be notified the moment the 2015 versions are released.

Updated August 21st, 2014:  Intuit has just released Quicken for Mac 2015.  It’s a big deal for us Mac users as it’s the first major update in 7 YEARS!  Here are some more details on what’s new and improved in Quicken 2015 for Mac.

Just note that there is no free trial version available but you are covered under Intuit’s 60-day money back guarantee if you end up not liking Quicken 2015 for Mac (it must be purchased from Intuit directly or from one of their authorized resellers to qualify for a refund).

We are still waiting for the Quicken 2015 versions for PC to be released by Intuit. We expect them to be announced around mid-September (more details can be found below). You can also still signup to our release date notifier list (the signup box is located on the right side of this page) to be notified the as soon as 2015 versions for PC are announced.

Updated August 8th, 2014: For those of us who upgraded to the 2014 versions of Quicken immediately after its release in late-September, it’s been a bumpy upgrade. Even though most of the initial bugs were quickly fixed, a lot of us loyal users are already looking forward to the 2015 release. Predicting the release date is not that difficult as we see Quicken products coming out at about the exact same time every year. Here are our expectations:

Quicken 2015 versions are expected to be available for pre-order in mid-September and in-store shelf’s by the end of the month.- Expected Quicken 2015 Release Date

The one abnormally was last year’s release where we saw it first available at Amazon and other larger resellers about 10 day BEFORE it become available at the official Quicken Store. Usually, it’s the other way around where the Quicken Store has the new versions on sale a few day’s before everyone else.

What was new in the 2014 version?

The 2014 versions of Quicken brought a few incremental improvements with our favorite being the “snap and store receipts” feature on our iPhone. This year brought a complementary app which let’s you take a photo and save some of your most important receipts (helpful at places where you pay cash – for us, that’s usually at Costco). So instead on manually important the data once is a while like I used to do, the app does it for me.

We also saw some other improvements in the 2014 version including improved mobile app syncing and faster bill-pay. But we won’t go into the details here as you can read it all in our full Quicken 2014 review.

Our Quicken 2015 wish list

As users of Quicken Deluxe since 2007, it seems like there is always room for improvements with each release. Here are some that top our wish list:

  • A better iOS App – While we find the current app extremely useful, we’ve found it to be a little “too robust” for our liking and harder to use than necessary. We’re still not able to get it to properly sync to our Bank of America accounts (our Chase accounts are no problem) and it takes a while to it to sync with our desktop data files (should be immediate). Similar experiences were reported on the Android app as well (it’s not yet available for Windows Phone 8).
  • Increase support for older versions – We all know that Quicken drops support for the older versions 3 years after it’s initial release. If would be great to be able to buy an “extended support” version or to be able to add on support to an existing version for a nominal fee. It’s nice to have the option to stay on a selected version without being required to upgrade to a version where we might not necessary like the new interface changes or changed features.
  • More support for Mac’s An all new Quicken Mac 2015 version is coming! – We all know that most of Quicken’s programs are compatible with PC-only operating systems with the Mac version seemly being forgotten.  Well, Intuit has confirmed that an entirely new Quicken for Mac is in the works and being built from scratch. It will feature a new user interface with better investment capabilities and support for Quicken mobile (including receipt capture) from your iPhone. You’ll also be able to backup and sync your data in the cloud with the Quicken Cloud.
  • Fix the bugs BEFORE the public release – I must say, in the last decade that I’ve been following Quicken, the 2014 release must have been to worst yet. A number of critical bugs were not fixed before it went on sale causing a lot of customers to report program crashes, random instability when entering transactions, and corrupted files to occur causing data loss. Although most of the major issues were fixed a few weeks after the initial release, this should have been addressed beforehand and the new program thoroughly tested by their beta testers.

What do you want to see changed in Quicken 2015?

What would you like to see changed, improved or added in the 2015 release of Quicken? Leave your thoughts and comments below!

  1. June 3, 2015


    The program also crashes from time to time leaving me to try to figure out what data might have been lost.

  2. February 17, 2015


    Do you think Intuit will ever release a version of Quicken for the chrome platform?

  3. October 5, 2014


    Does anyone know if Quicken 2001 Basic Backup info will merge into Quicken 2015 Deluxe? Thanks

  4. September 24, 2014

    Earl Heiner

    I am an old man who is trying to download 2015. I have used 2007 for years, then tried Essen for a while, really disliked it so I am moving forward. I am calling for help. it would be wonderful if I could talk to some one. 304-***-**** (admin removed: phone number). Thanks Earl Heiner

    • September 26, 2014


      Hi Earl,

      We’re not sure what issues you’re seeing – It would probably best to go through Quicken Support as they should be able to assist you through the installation process.


  5. September 21, 2014


    I just bought it using the link you emailed, but it won’t let me download. The order status page says it will be available on 9/30/14. What the hell?

    And I tried calling them, but they have an automated message which tells you to go to their support page and then hangs up on you. And their support page seems to have the expectation that users will help each other solve problems, with no apparent channels for actual help from quicken. Again, what the hell?!?

    • September 21, 2014


      Hi Jennifer,

      Thanks for reaching out with your issue and I’m sorry for the trouble – We will contact Intuit in the morning to see when they will actually ship out their versions. Amazon has a ship date of September 22nd at 12:00am pacific time (in just a few hours) so we would be surprised if theirs would vary by so many days.

      If you don’t want to wait, you can also cancel your order immediately from this page.


      • September 21, 2014


        Ok, so after nearly a half hour on the phone now, I’ve been told that they can cancel my order and process a refund which I should see in about 10 days. I pointed out to them that it’s utterly ridiculous for them to have already charged my card for a pre-order that is two weeks out, but the rep really did not care. They can’t provide an email or any other confirmation of a canceled order…. I’ll just have to monitor my credit card I guess. This whole sequence of events today has me thinking of seeing if any of the other personal finance managers are up to par. So annoying. There is no longer any such thing as customer service.

        • September 21, 2014


          oops, half an hour on chat, not on the phone. 🙂

    • September 21, 2014


      I did end up finding a way to chat with them… their tech help is slow and it’s now taken them about 10 minutes just to pull up my transaction. No idea if they’re going to fix it or not. Stay tuned….

    • September 21, 2014


      Confirmed – after they took nearly 20 minutes to look into it, Quicken says they won’t be allowing downloads until Oct 1st. So, still painfully waiting for them to cancel my order so that I can re-pre-order at amazon.

      • September 21, 2014


        Thanks so much for the update Jennifer – Again, sorry about the trouble. We will update the page above with details so everyone knows.

  6. September 19, 2014


    Eric, thanks for these updates. This is the only page on the Internet that contains at least some info on the upcoming release(s).

    • September 19, 2014


      🙂 Thanks Alen! We do our best to stay on top of the most popular software releases.

  7. September 15, 2014


    1) I would like to see it allow for better categorization of investments. Allow more custom fields as well as the downloaded/standard fields. So I can align Quicken with Brokerage analysis.
    2) Make it stable again!
    3) Stop it from reconciling transactions across multiple accounts. If you reconcile your credit card account sometimes it marks a payment in a checking account reconciled – when you go to reconcile that account it is wrong.

  8. September 11, 2014


    I was wondering if Intuit has a similar deal for Quicken Rental Property Manager like it does for QuickBooks. That is, if I buy the 2014 version now, would I be eligible to upgrade to the 2015 version at no additional cost? Also, if such a deal were available, does the purchase have to be made directly through Intuit, or can I buy from Amazon or someplace else?

    • September 11, 2014


      Hi Lawrence,

      Great question. No – Unfortunately Quicken does not have the same free upgrade deal as does QuickBooks for 2015. However, with Intuit’s 60-day money back guarantee, anyone who bought the 2014 version within this time frame can request for a refund and just re-order the 2015 version once it’s released later this month.


  9. September 9, 2014


    I would like Quicken to allow the modification of loans/mortgages. Once a loan is entered it I can not change the account to which the mortgage interest is credited until after the transaction is recorded. This distorts my tax schedule as I use the Rent Management version for multiple rent properties. Is there another version that this works better on?

  10. September 5, 2014

    Roger Broughton

    I bought a stock called Watson Pharmaceutical. It was bought out by a company
    call Actavis (Symbol ACT) Quicken 2014 does not recognize ACT. When I try to manually enter it, it reverts back to Watson.

  11. September 5, 2014


    I would like to see Fixed Asset Management added to Quicken. Home Inventory is poor.

    Fixed Asset Management means being able to amortize the value of all significant/major asset purchases over the life of the assets by month. It means allowing me to manage these assets with maintenance plans and record keeping, and reminders. It means allowing me to be able to prepare, budget, and plan for replacement of these items as they wear out. It means allowing me to manage the warranties provided by the manufacturers for these assets. It means allowing me to tie these assets to manufacturing recalls and safety notices. It means allowing me to keep fuel consumption and mileage records for my autos.

  12. September 4, 2014


    Several items:

    1. Please fix the graphs. They were fine in 2012 but now are low resolution with many fewer points. Not only that but they look horrible now. The dots that show the values are way too large compared to in previous versions.

    2. Allow for another level in accounts. For example Utilities – TV – Directv/Dish/Netflix

    3. When backing up please don’t reset registers and views. As an example, after a backup, All Transactions goes back to the end of the list regardless of where it was when I last edited it.

  13. September 2, 2014


    I would like to see quicken (Home and Business) have a payroll that withholds deductions for small business with employees.

  14. September 2, 2014

    James Clark

    I would like for the calendar function be added in an update, thanks . . . . JayBee

  15. August 28, 2014


    I just want stability in connecting to my credit union when downloading transactions through one step update!

  16. August 26, 2014


    Stop using end users as testers and fix the bugs before release.

    • August 26, 2014


      Agreed! Let’s hope Quicken’s 2015 PC versions have less bugs this time around (last year’s 2014 release was a disaster).

      • September 6, 2014


        You should see Quicken for Mac 2015…. Amazing that it was ever released and people are paying $75 for it…..

  17. August 24, 2014

    Tom D

    Bring back the old view of saving goals! The single line view with totals disappeared with the 2014 release and it is VERY DIFFICULT to work with compared the the previous years. It makes you wonder if the programmers ever use their own product!

  18. August 23, 2014


    Be able to print rent receipts.

  19. August 22, 2014


    I would like to be able to import my reports from Quicken 2011 and have them work. Also, I would like to be able to use my own category groups in the budget screen. In short I would like everything that worked in Q2011 to work again in Q2015.

    I would be willing to pay an “upgrade fee” not to be forced to upgrade to a version that doesn’t work.

    • September 4, 2014


      Alberta – I couldn’t have said that any better. Budgets are now a nightmare – I ended up doing it myself. I would be happy to pay the upgrade if they reverted back to Q2011 where everything worked.

  20. August 21, 2014


    I would like the register totals to be correct after entering it changing a transaction without having to refresh the account.
    Also, I would like to keep the file on dropbox or another shared file hosting service.

    • August 27, 2014


      I just set Quicken up to backup into my Google Drive folder directly on the pc. Then, that will sync with Google’s cloud in short order.

  21. August 19, 2014


    I would like to see Intuit provide privacy policy which conclusively states that the user’s data is the solely the private property of the user and will never be intentionally retained, diverted, proxied, brokered, transcribed or summarized by Intuit, its partners, affiliates or any third party.

  22. August 18, 2014


    I would like to see a parts per assembly for retailing by pcs or a complete assembly sales!
    and for customer list where I can drill down to everything that’s connected to that customer and vs drill down from item to all the customers who bought the item.

  23. August 17, 2014


    I would like to see support for international currencies in the Mobile App. I used to use this feature more than 10 years ago with Microsoft Money and sync seamlessly with my smart phone. I have multiple currencies in my quicken file so converting the currency to US$ will not do the trick.

    The mobile app is currently useless for international customers and it is really a pity with the huge increase with smart phones Quicken is still experimenting with its customers.

  24. August 16, 2014

    Daniel Tanguay

    Save receipts to Evernote to keep the Quicken database file smaller for backup. (Also your not screwed if the file ever gets corrupt).

  25. August 14, 2014

    dark one

    Need quicken 2015 to be more like MSFT Money! more intuitive, and easier to use. I do not like quicken, but w/o MSFT Money, I have no other option.
    Quicken need to improve it’s cut & paste! Unlike MSFT Money, I can cut and paste text and amount from word, excel, calculator, or anywhere to MSF Money.
    Quicken cut & paste only work when you cut and paste from Quicken transactions.

  26. August 13, 2014


    – have the ability to have multiple TAG columns
    – add blank column as an option in Investing to separate columns by category

  27. August 11, 2014

    Adi Zukerman

    Make it as good as Mint at downloading transactions.

  28. August 9, 2014


    Two big reasons that I would need to upgrade is, Windows Metro / Windows Phone 8 application, and provide the ability to design better business tools, like invoices, estimates, etc.
    I currently have version 2013 and will not upgrade until it expires or I see Windows Metro/ Phone applications in a new version.

  29. August 9, 2014

    Matt Metz

    Years ago, in the retirement planner, when you were trying to find out if your plan worked, there was an option offered to have Quicken hold all variables but one steady and find the value for that one variable that would make your plan work. For example, if your money ran out in 20 years instead of your desired 40 years, you could hold everything steady but have Quicken calculate what rate of return would make the plan work – or what monthly contribution to savings would make it work – or what level of annual expenses would make it work – etc.

    They stopped this capability many versions ago, so now if your plan doesn’t work, all you can do is do trial-and-error on various parameters to try to figure out how to make it work.

  30. August 8, 2014

    John Bintz

    I need to be able to budget each two week period during a month. I get paid twice a month and have bills that are due during the first two weeks and then some due the second two weeks. This forces me to use Excel instead of Quicken

  31. August 6, 2014


    Allow permanent changes to column width and positions, (which was the standard in earlier versions.) Allow me to open my IRA accounts on the “holdings” page, instead of the transaction page (which was the standard in earlier versions.)

  32. August 3, 2014


    Am considering doing small unsecured loans with Quicken H&B, but would like to be able to print promissory notes and good faith estimates through the software while setting the loan up itself. Has anyone ever tried this or know of this possibly already existing in the software already?

  33. July 30, 2014


    Make the full version of Quicken for iPad not just bank and credit accounts.

  34. July 30, 2014


    1. instead of a cleared check mark add a drop down colander to show date cleared.
    (I use memo line for this now/)
    2. a true 64 bit program with faster back up
    (I use a USB 3.0 system now)
    3) a way to automatically fill in one month I in advance – deposits and payments instead of current bill minder – naturally these automatic entries need to be editable.

  35. July 30, 2014

    Ron Myers

    I would like to see a bug fixed that I reported in late 2013. It involves transfer of money between two IRA accounts. Once entered you cannot change or delete the entry.

    I moved back to Quicken 2012, because it lacked that bug.

  36. July 29, 2014


    Would like to have the calculator work throughout the software and when setting up a budget the pop-up when you cursor on the blue numbers also take you to the entry when you cursor over the pop-up numbers.

  37. July 24, 2014


    Based on my observations from past few years, Quicken DESKTOP RELEASES (I am not talking of the mobile apps which are very much welcome but only for the desktop versions) has not been very aggressive in coming up with new features in new versions and it is mostly a cosmetic exercise for the desktop version at least. I feel that there are real “genuine value addition” features that Quicken can add to the desktop version to make it extremely more powerful than what it already is. To be honest, there are some new features like Debt Reduction Planner and for Budget and related reports, but that is about it. In a way, these are very useful features. But if you think from a different perspective, people who use Quicken “religiously” are according to my personal opinion, much less likely to go overboard with their finances or take too much of debt. At the same time, there will be at least a sizable amount of people who use Quicken to manage and grow their investments by using Quicken investment features and reports. There might be many others whose use is limited to day to day balancing of their accounts. Hence, it is in the best interest of everyone that all categories of features of Quicken are improved over time and not only selected categories.

    The features that I am missing most in Quicken Premier (or all versions till 2014 Premier) are related with Investments.

    – No support for few widely used asset classes in its naming convention. e.g. Most stocks fall under Small Cap, Large Cap and “Mid Cap”. Quicken does not have provision for “Mid Cap” until now. In fact, Quicken mentions in its Help File that mid cap is not supported and also gives reason for doing so.

    – No support for asset classes like Commodities, Currencies etc. (at least not that I am aware of).

    Investment Transactions Features
    – Setting High and Low alerts for each stock which could be triggered to remind the investor that it might be time to sell/buy the specific stock. This is similar to the other alerts which remind users when account balances go over or under a specified limit.

    – Using Tags for specific transactions and allowing saved reports, portfolio views etc. to use the tag as a filtering criteria (e.g. I can use this to tag transactions that I have done using lumpsum payments vis-a-vis automatic investments done every month or for tagging transactions to indicate that they have been done during a huge market crash vis-a-vis at other times. When I take report to find returns for these tagged transactions, I will be able to find returns for lumpsum transactions, transactions during huge stock market crash etc. or even exclude them from reports so that I get a better view of returns in normal times etc.)
    It should be possible to assign multiple tags if required. This is very much similar to the normal bank account register tags usage.

    International Stock Prices Support
    – People who reside in USA also have investments in other countries, particularly for people who have come from other countries. e.g. A lot of people are from outside USA. They do manage both their USA investments and non USA investments using Quicken. However, no support to download stock, mutual fund and other stock prices or asset classes and other fundamental data for stocks/mutual funds traded in any other country is available yet.

    – No support for transactions carried out on Margin for derivative products like futures and options. (i.e. I want to find the absolute gain/loss, ROI%, ARR etc. for the actual amount that I have used in margin transactions (margin amount) rather than the total contract value.

    On reports and portfolio views front,

    Saved Reports
    In readily available or customizable (saved) reports and graphs,

    – I can use average annualized return for ALL dates but I do not have option to use Absolute Gain/Loss or ROI% as a field for display.

    – Fields cannot be sorted. e.g. I cannot sort a report by ARR field and have to go through entire report to find the highest and lowest ARR return.

    – I cannot filter out or include “Closed lots” like the Portfolio view. It would be nice to have a facility which provides a mechanism to include all stocks in the report where current holding is 0. (Closed lots). It should also be possible to include all stocks in the report where current holding is > 0 (Currently held stocks). e.g. When I use Reports/Investing/Capital Gains report and Customize this report, then go to Securities tab, it has “Select Securities” on left hand side and it shows on right hand side a box which says “Matching , Security contains”. This is used for finding all securities with a specific string or characters in it(e.g. Apple will be selected in report but not Microsoft when I type A here. Similarly, if I type M here, Microsoft will be selected but not Apple). Although this is useful, the more useful filtering criteria could be to select Security contains to specify holdings for the selected securities in the Accounts selected in the Accounts Tab. This should ideally allow to enter (= 0, Greater Then 0, Less Then 0, Not Equal to 0 etc.). This can then be used to report all securities that I am currently holding (> 0), all securities that I have already sold out completely (= 0 or closed lots in other words). In today’s day and age when markets are pretty volatile, it is very important to know what your returns are on your current holdings (as you can probably do something about it) versus returns for securities that are completely sold out (not much chance to take any action here as these securities are no longer available in the portfolio). Currently, I do this manually by selecting / deselecting securities that I hold / have sold out everytime I buy or sell securities and want to see this report.

    – Last but not the least, the report layout on screen should be changed to make it more appealing and conforming to Windows standards. (Sorting, Changing the column positions by dragging and dropping them etc.)

    Investment (Portfolio views),
    – I can use absolute gain/loss and ROI but I cannot use average annualized return for ALL dates. I can use ARR only for a specific number of years.

    – It should be possible by user to define a specific asset allocation across different security types as also different asset classes and generate an AUTOMATIC alert if the asset allocation deviates from the user defined one and also have a tolerance limit which is again user definable) so that the alert gets generated only if the asset allocation falls outside the user-defined range (including tolerance limits). A limited way of doing this is available in ideal portfolio view.

    – Number of custom views should be increased.

    What-If Analysis
    As of now, Quicken does not have many features for what-if analysis for Investment.

    e.g. What will be my investment performance (ARR%, ROI%, Return or anything that can be measured using Saved Reports or Portfolio Views in Quicken etc.) be if

    – If all the stocks/mutual funds etc. that I hold increase / decrease by n%. (I can use this to see how my returns will be affected to check if each stock increases by 5%, 10%, 20% or -5%, -10%,-20% etc.

    – Instead of a fixed value of n% that is applied for all stocks or from a stock specific application, if a percentage can be assigned to stocks of a specific sector (e.g. all Automobile stocks may increase/decrease by n% whereas all Bank stocks increase/decrease by m%). Currently, I do this by copying the existing Quicken file with a different name and changing the security prices in the new file.

    For this, there also has to be a way of downloading / assigning a specific sector for each stock or sector-mix for each mutual fund. (Currently, I use Investment Goal to assign a sector to Security and this is limited to 15 only.)

    Wishing Intuit and Mint all the very best for future. Also wishing Quicken desktop a special all the very best for future versions and hoping to see all of above and even more features in coming versions.

  38. July 24, 2014


    – Ability to delete multiple transactions at a time. My bank changed online systems which caused all my historical transactions (1000’s) to be re-added into my register. Took days to get rid of them all.
    – Touch-optimization for Windows 8.1 tablets, also Windows Phone 8.1. I’m a multiple Windows-device user, so had to chuckle at the comment above about Mac being forgotten – going forward the opposite appears to be true w/ no documented plans for either Windows 8.1 touch or WinPhone 8.1.

    • August 9, 2014

      Matt Metz

      Charlie, this ability – to delete multiple transactions, is already available, although not many people know this. I’ve run into the exact same issue – having hundreds or thousands of DUPLICATE transactions download into a register (such as after deleting and then re-establishing an on-line connection to a financial institution).

      Here’s the trick:

      First, change the SORT order of the register so that items are SORTED BY ORDER ENTERED (Hit the gear then Sorting options then BY ORDER ENTERED).

      Now scroll up through the register to find the first duplicate downloaded transaction (this will be easier to find if you’ve been reconciling on a regular basis because it will the first unreconciled transaction in the register).

      Click on the first duplicate transaction.

      Using the slider bar on the right, scroll to the bottom of the register and then do a SHIFT-CLICK to click on the last transaction. Now all the duplicate transactions are highlighted/selected.

      Hit the delete key.

      Bada-boom, bada-bing.

  39. July 21, 2014


    -A more robust filing system for financial documents

    -A mobile app that actually works. I’ve tried the last two iOS apps and they still drop categories from split transactions.

    -Calendar sync that will sync transactions/bills with online calendars; calendars other than Outlook (which few people use for personal use anymore)

  40. July 19, 2014

    Roy Furrow

    (1) MAC version with same functionality as the Windows version.
    (2) See number 1

  41. July 18, 2014


    High DPI screen support. Quicken looks horrible and is barely usable on my lenovo yoga 2 pro.

    • July 30, 2014

      Ron Myers

      I agree, but you should have bought the non Pro version of the Yoga and you would not have the problem.

  42. July 16, 2014

    Gary Astorino

    Would love to see a really good pocket app of Quicken. Landware had the best Pocket Quicken app forever till Intuit stopped their license so they could put out their own frightfully less useful app. Learn from the past. Nearly everyone carries a phone and I would love to just enter my info on Pocket Quicken and then sync when I get home to my desktop app and vice-versus. What’s the deal.

  43. July 15, 2014


    Quicken user since 2001
    It would be nice if Quicken knew that IRA withdrawals are income.
    I would like to be able to set up my own Asset Allocation instead of having to use a spreadsheet.
    It would be nice if Quicken understood that Bonds and CD’s will someday mature.
    Quicken download needs to work better with banks that use 2 step authentication.
    Make it easier for me to use Dropbox for backup.
    I would worry if Quicken went to a cloud only version. This would mean a total loss of privacy, and increased security vulnerability.

  44. July 14, 2014


    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE Make a Quicken app for Windows Phone 8.1

  45. July 14, 2014


    I would just like to have quicken work, every year when the new release comes out, it is filled with bugs. Then we are all waiting for Releases through the year.

    so just make it WORK!!!!!

  46. July 14, 2014

    Jamie Buchanan

    I would love to see a Quicken Mobile App for Windows Phone.

  47. July 14, 2014


    I would love to see some attention paid to bond transactions. Right now I have to rely on my broker for my bond account. For example, Fannie Mae bonds sell at a discount. There is currently no way to account for the discount factor on the program. Like it or not, that the way bonds work. If a discount factor was added to the program, then bonds could be accurately be viewed on quicken.

  48. July 13, 2014


    Reconciling bank/investment/credit card accounts always worked fine in previous versions of Quicken, in 2014 Premier it will not work properly (transactions are not shown in the reconciliation spreadsheet, but are within the totals, therefore it is impossible to properly reconcile to a statement)

  49. July 11, 2014


    Quicken for ipad would be great?!???!!!!!

    • July 11, 2014


      Hey Billy,

      The 2014 version of Quicken has an app for iPad. We posted a review of Quicken 2014 where you can find the links to download it in iTunes or Google Play for Android.


  50. July 7, 2014

    Catherine Jacob

    I would like Quicken to be screen reader friendly and to allow for keyboard commands. Or, to extend the download life of earlier more accessible versions and their support.

  51. July 6, 2014

    Kris Ihli

    I would like for the improvements to be real improvements.
    So when I see a review, there is something I want. Currently I see that 1/2 or more
    do not like the current arbitrary changes.

    It would also be nice to have my logitech optical trackball programing work in Quicken.

    Oh The list goes on and on.

    I have been a quicken user since the begining and update when it becomes necessary, for most often the changes are of little or no use and in many cases they take away features that I like.

    I used to use Microsoft Money as it was better then the current quicken then it went under.

    Also this ending the download transactions after 3 years is one reason I do not renew. I should be able to use these features for the useful life of the product, say 10 years.

  52. July 6, 2014


    Better Reporting capabilities for the Mac version. Also add depreciation schedules to assets and amoritzation schedules to loans.

  53. July 6, 2014


    I run several separate businesses. It would be nice if the views would allow for selecting which accounts to show. The current logic puts ALL business account into the view by default.

  54. July 3, 2014


    I would love to have a manual recalculate. When the data files get large, having Quicken recalculate after every entry is very time consuming.

  55. June 28, 2014


    Id like to have airline programs (frequent flyer miles) more integrated as opposed to the workarounds you have online. It seems there ought to be an easy way to partner with those airlines, or at least add a tab where you can manually update.
    BUDGET: I hate the new budget system. It has been such a pain to figure out how it updates every month based on last months spending I just kicked it to the curb.

  56. June 19, 2014


    Cloud for sure. Also it couldn’t be much simpler; Quicken Premier for Mac. The Microsoft version is great and would satisfy most users. The current Quicken for Mac is nothing but a glorified checkbook. And include mobility(!) in all it’s ways.

  57. June 17, 2014


    Go to the cloud. Who installs software anymore?

  58. June 16, 2014


    1.) Memorized transaction
    We need a memorized transaction feature. You have a memorized payee, why not an entire transaction where the category it ties to the payee?

    2.) Loan module
    You used to have a loan module from which one could make the loan payment. Also, be able to click on the particular payment on the payment history and it would take you to that transaction on the checkbook register. Refer to Quicken versions before 2011.
    On could set up an account whereby you were the “lender” as opposed to just being the borrower. You made a fix for this but is too convoluted and unnecessary. Let’s go back to the loan module you had several years ago.

  59. June 15, 2014


    Allow me that modify more than just the next upcoming recurring bill amount. Some times I have to adjust many of them to make my budget work. Fix the feature that doesn’t ever work to find a matching transaction… it always finds nothing. Fix the balance showing as zero for recurring transfers in the projection. Fix the refresh issue of the program, it refreshes the screen about ten times every time it redraws making it horrible when using a remote connection.

  60. June 10, 2014

    Jim Thomson

    Some very simple things they can do
    1. Allow an export/import of a single account. I set up separate ledgers for each tax year and want to archive old ones. I don’t want to just delete them.
    2. Once a report is setup and a new account is added, don’t just add it to the report. At the very least make it an option. I have reports setup for specific accounts. Every time I add an account, it gets added to all my custom reports forcing me to update all my reports.
    3. Do a better job with the account list positioning. As an example, every time you Update the accounts, it scrolls the account to the top. No need for that
    4. Put depreciation back into the real estate version.

  61. June 1, 2014


    Please increase the max number of securities. Currently, it’s only 2000. While that might sound like a lot, it isn’t when you consider that symbols for Option Securities have changed and each strike price/expiry date/option type now has it’s own unique symbol. I am by no means a “professional” investor but I do buy several (less than 10) options per month. I’ve used Quicken for 15+ years and I’m getting close to the 2000 limit. Deleting them isn’t an option and I really don’t want to move 1 investment account (out of 23 bank/credit accounts I have) into a entirely new file just because of this limitation. How difficult can it be to to increase the limit to 10K or 100K. You could even offer than in the premier only addition. I hope you do something.

  62. May 30, 2014


    Adjust how the planning tool handles inflation. The tool decreases the overall purchasing power of the portfolio, which makes sense academically. For planning though, it would be helpful to just have the living expenses increase by an inflation factor each year without decreasing the overall portfolio value. The purchasing power approach can, I think, be easily accomplished by just reducing the expected portfolio return by the projected inflation rate but there does not seem to be an easy way to just apply an inflation factor to expenses.

  63. May 28, 2014


    Yes, come on Quicken! You’ve taken so many of the simple functions away. Pay more attention to the user interface for simple register transactions, bring back easy access to simple register reports. MAKE THE BASIC STUFF WORK AGAIN!! before adding more bells and whistles.
    The budget feature is too limited – allow for real world options.

    I second the requests for improving online download issues, in 2013 I have had innumerable issues with reconciling – double downloads, incomplete downloading, renaming rules are not working despite checked options, customizing options were taken away. Really? Basic stuff here.

    I have been using Quicken since 2006 and use it mainly to keep my multiple accounts reconciled and for creating reports. These basic functions have markedly declined since 2010.What’s the problem that Quicken cannot offer a real online tutorial (the support and community are not comprehensive enough) for those of us who would like to use other features. It is impossible to easily find relevant answers in the new search it is even more restricted. Allow more search parameters – how about by release? I have spent hours searching for a Q for 2013 only to get 2008 answers that are not applicable.


  64. May 25, 2014


    I would like to see the tax calculations based upon all income and the taxable Social Security. The taxable SS changes as the income rises and no one takes that into account in their calculations.

  65. May 5, 2014

    melvin keith

    I would like to see quicken 2015 update automatically every 15 minutes without clicking on 1 step update. particularly manually entered stocks not tied to a financial institution. I would like to see some type of reconcilation feature or stock clearing feature option instead of having to clear each transaction manually. Allow you to get year to date return information on newly added stocks immedicately instead of after a year.

  66. May 4, 2014

    Ronald Williams

    I’d like to see Quicken operate from the cloud with Chrome OS.

    • August 11, 2014

      Scott McCauley


  67. May 4, 2014


    I’d like to see Quicken pushed into the cloud. They’ve made Quickbooks and TurboTax in web based, why not Quicken? That way it would be platform independent and you could access it from anywhere.

    • August 11, 2014

      Scott McCauley


  68. May 2, 2014


    I’d love to see them put some thought into the budget program. I currently use a spreadsheet because the Quicken budget doesn’t do what I need it to do.

  69. April 25, 2014


    I agree with the author. Come on Intuit, have you gotten sloppy because of your virtual monopoly? This isn’t exactly a new product. Make your stuff work. I would like to not lose data, fight online download issues, and especially see a speed improvement. Also, the budget features starting in 2013 were a step down.

  70. April 13, 2014


    The ability to track RSUs.

    • June 20, 2014


      I agree. RSUs are a must, after growing in popularity against options.

  71. April 6, 2014


    Would like to have a transaction audit report, so I could easily find errors when necessary.

  72. April 6, 2014


    Quicken should add:
    1) Support Unicode. When you add Note, you can’t type , copy/paste, in other characters than AsCII.

    2) Improve the invoice layout – too old, for years they did not improve/touch it.
    If I want to add a note (remarks) one time – I can’t.
    3) Let me sync my Android/IOS with Quicken Desktop – I don’t want to go to the cloud. !

  73. April 4, 2014


    – Have paychecks that can change by date. If my government deductions change after ‘x’ months, ability to have Quicken change net deposit amount automatically based on a date range (e.g. Jan 1 – June 30 – net deposit is 3000, July 1 – Dec 31 net deposit is 3200)

    – Better Balance Forecasting for bank accounts. Exactly like MS Money had. I don’t need to know the past, I need to know the future.

  74. March 31, 2014


    Allow _devInc to be excluded from the graph view of budget. Very annoying to have to run a report to find out how expenses compare to actual income.

  75. March 28, 2014


    Allow reports such as net worth statement or income statement to exclude any non-zero accounts automatically. Currently, the user has to de-select each non-zero account balances manually.

  76. March 25, 2014


    Quicken Mobile 2015 to work with Windows Mobile…

  77. March 19, 2014


    I would like to see investments added to the app.

  78. March 14, 2014


    – add Expand/Collapse to all reports
    – show notes in reports and be able to sort notes
    – more than 53 characters in the memo field
    – additional colors

  79. February 23, 2014


    Allow adding individual sales tax to each category in an itemized (split) entry in Quicken.

  80. February 22, 2014


    I would like for them to have a feature where you can password protect the actual software so that it becomes private. I think that without this feature anyone can get into all that personal financial info easily.

  81. January 8, 2014


    I would like to see intuit merge the quicken and mint.com solutions together. For me, it seems that mint.com always has the latest and greatest features working as expected. The best thing about this change is the updating of the User Interface/ User Experience. Quicken is old fasioned, always buggy and complicated for managing ones finances. Mint.com has a great easy to use look and feel to it that needs to be adapted to Quicken. Mint.com should be the basic online solution for financial management, while Quicken should just add features like they currently do with their packaging. I believe that using the Mint.com app as the base for financial management would also take care of the bugs. This would allow for a vastly bigger user base for beta testing as well since the basic version is free :-). I hope quicken gets there act together and take advantage of this opportunity.

  82. January 3, 2014


    I would like to see Intuit update its REPORTS module. It has been years since any improvement has been made and some of the reports have never worked properly. For example, the report titled ‘Account Balances’ does not reflect the same balances as in Quicken’s left side of the screen (some do, others don’t…why would that be? Maybe it will in 2015?

  83. November 21, 2013


    Quicken 2015 should be more touchscreen friendly. With Windows 8.x laptops and tablets, the interface should be brought up to date.

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