Quicken 2014 Release Date – Now Available!

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Updated October 7, 2013: The Quicken Store at Intuit.com has just released all of the new 2014 versions of Deluxe, Premier, Essentials for Mac, Starter, Home & Business and Rental Property Manager.  The new 2014 Quicken app that lets you snap and store receipts has also been released and is available for download.

Updated October 3, 2013: Amazon has just released all the new Quicken 2014 versions. It’s not even available yet at the Quicken Store at Intuit.com (the 2014 versions should be available sometime in the next few days at Intuit.com). 

Updated September 3, 2013: Since 2008, Intuit has been very predictable with their software releases (prior to this they used to just have version numbers). Each version is named after the release year that it comes out in and tends to be released annually at just about the same time every year. This is the case for just about all the versions of Quicken software, including Quicken Deluxe, Quicken Premier, Quicken Home & Business, and others. So when will Quicken 2014 be released? Here is our prediction:

Quicken 2014 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 2014 Release Date

As we saw last year, in the weeks ahead of the release, many of the top retailers would begin opening pre-orders for the 2014 version. However, the Quicken Store at Intuit.com tends to be a few days ahead of retailers in shipping out the updated product to customers that ordered from them directly.  We will be notifying the folks on our new release notify list as soon as it is available to purchase an where you can get the best deal (you can signup for the notifier in the box on the right).

What features or fixes would you like to see in the next version of Quicken 2014? Leave your thoughts and wish list in the comments below!

  1. November 19, 2013


    Quicken 2014, got it, installed on my test machine over 2013, well I don’t see anything “new” at all, it looks and feels the same as 2013, only the tax year is added. Not much value for the cost to upgrade for those with 2013.

    I still like using this to keep my accounts and see what I do with my bills so I’ll continue to use it.

  2. October 3, 2013

    craig bennett

    Purchased at Amazon today. Has bugs – kept crashing when syncing to mobile! I uninstalled. DeJa Vu Quicken 2013!!!!!

    Quicken tech support has no help on error codes! DO NOT UPGRADE!

  3. September 24, 2013


    Quicken, is always week in tracking stock options (like calls and puts). I hope the next version is better. I miss MS Money in this regard. Like others have posted here, my files are getting larger and the UI is getting slower.

  4. September 21, 2013

    Ali Nanji

    I would like ability to have a budget (and subsequent tracking of expenses) with complete flexibility to choose budget income & expense items.

  5. September 20, 2013

    Craig V.

    Been using Quicken since 1995 (Mac) and moved to windows (painfully) in 2000. My quicken file is now about 450,000Mb, and access is slowing. I have been scanning receipts into Quicken for a long time, or loading and inserting bank documents. We need a utility that will remove these attachments over a date range, or by account, or category. I had e-mailed that request to Quicken about a year ago, and the response was I should have something in about 2 weeks. Still waiting…shocking I know.

  6. September 19, 2013

    Jim G

    I am currently using the 2012 version of Quicken Rental Property Manager. Intuit will never do this but I wish they would offer discounts on upgrades. The higher end products are way overpriced, in my opinion; the list price of $159.99 for Rental Property Manager is completely ridiculous. As a result, I bought my 2012 version only when I was able to get the 50% discounted price that was offered for a few days at the end of 2012. I missed the period last year for the 2013 version so I simply stuck with 2012 and, from all appearances, missed exactly nothing. I’ll buy the 2014 version if I can catch the discount period for it this year (around $80 is about all the product is worth to me). If not, I’ll be waiting for the 2015 version.

    • October 22, 2013

      Mark E

      I agree, I keep looking for a replacement but so far haven’t found one that allows me to track my rentals as well as personal finances. But paying full price every year is ridicules.

  7. September 14, 2013

    Jack K.

    When is there going to be a Mac Version that mirrors current Windows version? Also, I would like to see investment reports where columns can be adjusted so that the report fits on letter size paper.

  8. September 10, 2013

    Scott McCauley

    I would like to see an HTML5 version of Quicken. One where my quicken file can reside in the cloud (e.g. Dropbox), but I can access it with the FULL Quicken user interface through any web browser.

  9. September 7, 2013


    I loved Microsoft Money. Why can’t quicken keep track of what equities or mutual funds are in which account? Wen i bring up my IRA account i should just see the things in that account. I don’t want to go through a whole list of things that are in other accounts but not my IRA. I have over 100 different funds, equities, bonds, etc. but I only have two in my IRA account. Gives too much room for adding things to an account by mistake. The quicken folks should revisit Money and cherry pick the best features. Quicken is a major pain compared to Money!

  10. September 6, 2013


    Quicken sucks in every thing it does! Sick of it. The list of bitches is ENDLESS

  11. September 6, 2013


    Can you tell me if intuit a version for Apple simular to the Windows version rather than Essentials which is horrible.

    • October 14, 2013

      Dianne mannheimer

      Quicken essentials for Mac is not as good as Quicken for PC and they are in no hurry to improve it. Avoid iBank for Mac. Had to uninstall that one.

  12. August 31, 2013

    John L Thompson

    I hope the budget works in 2014 because it does not work in the 2013 version.

  13. August 30, 2013


    I have the rental property manager version. I would like to be able to print rent receipt.
    Thank You, Larry.

  14. August 22, 2013


    Marry-up Quicken and TurboTax…… Tax Planner is useless.

  15. August 21, 2013


    I use Quicken’s business package and I would like to the see the vendor and customer
    features be more like QuickBooks. I dislike the current way vendor bills and such are
    Yes, the sync to the mobile is also terrible. Users using foreign currency cannot see
    the numbers on the cloud.

  16. August 21, 2013


    What irritates me about quicken, is that is is a dumb software. I enter a deposit, and it ask me if it is a payment for someone. You can’t and paste amounts or values from say Word, I.E., calculator, etc. to Quicken. It has a lot of little things that are very irritating. I think the developers of Quicken need to use MSFT Money for a year, and learn from it.

    Better yet, dump Quicken and buy off Money from MSFT and re brand it as Quicken!

  17. August 21, 2013


    I agree! Integrate TurboTax with Quicken!

  18. August 20, 2013

    Kevin O\sborn

    Unfortunately Inuit is has spent more effort on changing the way the product looks and feels than it has increasing functionality. The cloud might be good for some people but A) I don’t want my finances there and B) there is no way a smart phone is going to have the power for me to do anything other than record a transaction. I use Premier 2011 primarily for investments and Quicken is way behind the curve. I continue to ask them to address necessary functionality that falls on deaf ears. For one, tax code has changed and now brokers are required to report on cost basis and wash rules to the IRS so Quicken needs to download this information from the broker when a transaction occurs. Otherwise, your capital gains reports can be way off. Another peeve … I’m not saying Quicken should include a complimentary copy of TurboTax but it should interface both ways with TurboTax if the user uses both. My Tax Planner in Quicken isn’t close because of the complexities in my tax return. Should be simple for Quicken to look into TurboTax to get carry overs and the like to make the Tax Planner more accurate. Currently Tax Planner is pretty useless to me. Budgeting is a great addition to 2013 but I hear it doesn’t work so I keep mine in a spreadsheet and run reports from Quicken to populate the actuals. Wish they would change the flags (downloaded and reminder transactions) to Red if there are downloaded transactions and Yellow (or another color) if there are no downloaded transactions and only reminders. They desperately need functionality for house closings to record all the transactions as well as refinance application to link multiple loans (close out one and open another) to one asset. I could go on and on.

  19. August 19, 2013


    Quicken seems to be getting more difficult and frustrating to use every year. When they finally make things easier, they decide to screw things up with the next. The idea is to make things very simple and intuitive. We all want to make our entries and go on with our lives, I don’t like to tinker with this software and frustrate myself. I am very disappointed. It’s as if they are trying to discourage us from buying their product. Very frustrating!!

    Where is Microsoft Money?

  20. August 17, 2013


    I would buy 2014 in a second if they could figure out a way to email out a banking summary to my business partners… right now it is a mess to try to do that.

  21. August 13, 2013

    Rich G

    Quicken is now having a problem with Bill Reminders – after a lengthy discussion with Quicken “Support”, he acknowledged that it was a program error or by design. Even though the data didn’t appear on the ALL report selection, but did appear on the MONTHLY selection. By design – sounds like Microsoft.

    This is the 1st issue I have encountered with Quicken 2013 in sometime. The 1st 10 or so updates generated more problems than they fixed. R11 and R12 have been pretty “solid:.

  22. August 12, 2013


    1) Quicken promoted version 2013 based on a new mobile app .The mobile app did not sync correctly, and provides no investments sync or info.
    2) Version 2013 had basic glitches in the graphs, leaving out the customization options, which had to be corrected in subsequent releases.
    3) Quickens ‘free’ help desk is worthless. The techs are never able to help me, and , repeatedly have to check with their boss on Quicken features I’m familiar with! The help desk training and employee selection processes are a joke.
    Quicken, you need competition — if you had it, you’d either get a lot better , or fail. My message to management: You’re doing a lousy job.

  23. August 9, 2013


    I’ve been waiting to upgrade/update to 2014 from 2012 to use the mobile app. Your comments are not encouraging! I have used the Mint.com free version of the mobile app and it seemed OK… no sync there, I believe. I believe it does the account access and updates independently. I do not know whether to trust some of these apps which have sooooo much access to your financial information.

  24. August 9, 2013


    It is irritating to me to now realize that all those careful backups of Quicken and Turbotax files won’t really load up in the new versions without data conversions which I do not trust. I don’t know how or why this problem had to be. But to be able to look at those old files, I’d actually have to have kept duplicate copies of the software in more than one version on my computer at the same time. Furthermore, the software CDs of the old versions aren’t complete in view of all the repeated updates all year. I don’t even know whether it would be possible to back up the final version to a CD to archive a functional copy. It seems to me that probably, all my backups are worthless….. only a paper copy of the actual return or a .pdf would be useful. And to actually look into the calculations and back up supporting documents etc. is probably impossible.

  25. August 9, 2013

    Dave B

    How about go back to a Basic version with usable data year over year. All the features of Deluxe are nice, but I don’t need it. The old Basic version was just fine.

    How about integrate a basic version of Turbo Tax as well … so I can file directly from Quicken rather than trying to import to Turbo Tax.

    …and FIX THE BUGS. Come on Intuit, you keep trying to make “improvements” and it never works. Find an easier way please.

  26. August 7, 2013


    How about adding foreign currency accounts to the mobile app. The restriction to US$ is unnecessary and immensely irritating

    • August 9, 2013

      Dave B

      No just to the mobile app … how about a “foreign currency” column for your account pages in the desktop version.

      • September 12, 2013


        Absolutely agree. US$ is not what it used to be. 🙂

        Quicken should support all currencies in the mobile app, not just US$

  27. August 6, 2013

    Wayne Y.

    Introduce a currency exchange rate history to correctly calculate %gain after converting back to base currency. The current way of just capturing 1 exchange rate per currency and applying the rate to all previous transactions does not even qualify Quicken to be a money manager software…… Microsoft Money did an excellent job on this… truely international…

  28. July 28, 2013


    I hope you can make the next version a network version just like QuickBooks for 2 users at the same time..

  29. July 18, 2013

    Jennifer M.

    Agree with others that the problems and supposed “updates” in 2013 need to be fixed in 2014. That said, I’m not going to have a choice but to upgrade to 2014 as my 2010 no longer will download from the banking websites, even manually. That really irritates me b/c I have no problem with the features in 2010. Why must they make everything so difficult by adding features and making changes that no one requested?

  30. July 16, 2013


    The design of the reporting functions of payables and receivables would be better as QuickBooks. Right now the reporting for these features is terrible and the invoices save as credits instead of as debits Perhaps even making Quicken tuned to a more QuickBooks line for personal use would be better

  31. July 8, 2013

    David Willming

    Restore the “Make Loan Payment” button on the Mortgage and Loan accounts. This was so easy and useful prior to Quicken 2013! The present way of making a loan payment is horribly confusing.

  32. July 8, 2013


    Please please please fix the budget. It does not stay the same month to month. It is incredibly frustrating,

  33. July 6, 2013


    Before adding a even more useless features they need to FIX 2013. It is *SLOW*, and my computer is not. You can watch it as it draws its windows and it always has to sit and think after entering a transaction. They rendered the budget tool pointless and convoluted. The debt reduction planner no longer splits payments when a balance reaches zero – it just applies the full amount. What happened to the rest of the money? Into the ether. Downloads and Cloud syncs fail frequently, and the android app, when it works, always has duplicate transactions and is in general very user unfriendly. It also needs to stop nagging me whenever I enter a transaction that has the same amount as an existing one. Previous versions were so, so much better. I’d revert back if the update to 2013 hadn’t also updated my data file.

  34. July 3, 2013

    Jon McCombs

    Quicken needs tools to be added such as refi homes and better sync. The refi tool should allow me to walk thru closing one asset asset/loan match to the new one.The constant reposting for sync slows down transactions waiting for the app to update to let you move onto the next transaction. I use the H&B version which needs a major improvement with new features. I do not want the Quick books program but need more of the features included in the H&B version since it would leave my business separate from my personal not allowing me to see as a small business all my bills and net worth. Quicken support is almost non existent and worthless at best. The programs are getting buggier and buggier every new version. This last version 2013 wiped out receipt for years during the 5 times it took to complete the upgrade from 2012

  35. June 20, 2013

    Jack G

    They need to create a fully functional touch interface. Syncing isnt particularly useful

  36. June 16, 2013


    Sure hope they have done a lot of work to their app. I could care less about budgeting on the app. I want to be able to see and edit scheduled and reoccurring payments. The most important thing for me would be to see my forecasted balances. A standard alone app that can sync directly to my bank accounts would be great as I rarely use my home computer anymore in this era of smart phones. There are some great free apps out there and if one of them comes up with a way to do these things I’m afraid Quicken will become a thing of the past. I would gladly pay money for an app that can replace my quicken desktop!

  37. June 13, 2013

    John McPherson

    I agree with Susan. Synchronizing the mobile app fails at least half the time for me. And when it does finally sync, you had to retry 7-15 times.

  38. May 20, 2013

    Susan R.

    I hope they improve the mobile app in the 2014 version. Synchronizing fails half the time for me (although it’s improved since they released their bug fix) and when eventually some of my accounts do synchronize, the category information is often missing. Most of transactions appear as “un-categorized” whereas in my desktop version, every transaction gets categorized properly without issue.

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