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Quicken 2019 5.10

Quicken Inc. has released version 5.10 of Quicken 2019 for Mac, adding a new report feature that enables you to create a crosstab or matrix report, which could be useful for tracking expenses at multiple properties or across different accounts. The financial management app also adds a thin sidebar to give you more working space, brings support for Canadian pre-printed cheques, returns the Export to Quicken Mac Transfer File (QMTF) format, fixes a bug that caused loan payments to be off by 1 cent, improves Single Mutual Fund account and transaction quality, and resolves an issue with an incorrect warning message popping up with matching downloaded transactions. ($34.99/$49.99/$74.99 annual subscription, free update, release notes, macOS 10.11+)

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Comments About Quicken 2019 5.10

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  1. Hmmm, the title of the paragraph in the watchlist is “Quicken 2018 5.10”, but the link text is “Quicken 2019 for Mac”, so is this 2018 or 2019, or has that distinction gone away with the new subscription model?

  2. Sorry—Quicken just changed the name to match the year, and we missed that when editing the title. Fixed now!

    I would guess that the name largely immaterial now, and that the version number is probably the key thing to stay aware of—I get no sense that Quicken 2018 is in any way separate from Quicken 2019 except in terms of being an earlier version.

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