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As always, it comes with great spending tracking (compared to other online options like Mint and Personal Capital), it has investment tracking, and budgeting.For 2019, they have improved the usability of the platform, but the navigation is still a little challenging. If you don't want to use the desktop software, and prefer a web version (like what you get with Mint), you can have that now. Here's what the home screen looks like: Instead of being under reporting, most of the things you'll care about are actually available by clicking on the "Acccount" sidebar - for example, your income and spending isn't viewable under "Reports", but it's actually visible under "Banking". One silly thing that's missing is having income and expenses together on one page.For users, this was fine - because you could avoid bad rollouts like Quicken for Mac 2017.However, to continue to receive updates and banking information, you had to update every few years anyway or Quicken would cut you off.That is a good thing in that you get a real snapshot of your performance, but a bad thing in that you need the Quicken app to consistently update to make it happen.Here's what the screen looks like: The Quicken 2019 for Mac mobile app is probably my favorite feature that has been improved.

Quicken changed their pricing model last year to a subscription-based model, instead of a one-time fee. It's bad, because many Quicken users kept their software for years, and never upgraded.

Even after using Quicken for about a week, I still find it hard to get to different reports. I think there is a report you can run, but there's no easy to access dashboard that compares your income to your expenses (except in the mobile app, which is odd).

Quicken for Mac dramatically improved their investment tracking for 2018, but this is one area that didn't continue to improve into 2019. When I imported my accounts, some positions transferred the cost basis, while others didn't. Also, it's still missing key reports that I valued in the Windows version - most notably the asset allocation and ability to play with your allocation in the program.

I think 90% of users would benefit simply using the Deluxe version, which is .99/yr at full price.

Here's what the pricing looks like: It's hard to say if Premier is worth the huge additional price.

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