Which version of Quicken should I invest in?

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      Catherine,

      I use Basic and have for years. Since you were using the envelope
      system it's my guess that Basic would work for you too. It has a ton of
      features and is capable of more than I've needed it for. What I suggest
      is that you go to Quicken's website (or Best Buy or wherever) and look
      at the extra features you get with the more expensive versions. If
      you'd use them and they're worth the price to you, go for it!
      Otherwise, stick with Basic.

      Holly

      On 2/6/07, koolkat31272[/b] <koolkat31272@yahoo.com> wrote:

      My DH and I have settled on a budget utilizing the “envelope” system

      incorporated with the “Dave Ramsey” plan. He has started to invest in

      401K and I will too by this summer. We are planning to invest in our

      first home, and maintain school loans, “snowball”, and possibly look at

      investing by the end of the year. We've always used TaxAct.com to file

      our taxes, but this may be the first year we will be itemizing.

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