Quicken updating financial institution information slow
Founded in mid-2012, it is one of the only personal finance apps that will import data from Quicken (and Mint! If you're looking to transition away from Quicken but worry about losing all your data, you can feed it your Quicken file and it'll populate itself. Like Quicken, Count About isn't free but it costs .99 for the Basic subscription and .99 for Premium subscription.The Premium subscription includes automatic transaction download.(if you own Quicken for Mac, you know this headache first hand)In 2010, Intuit acquired Mint for 0 million. It has a solid suite of investment tools, a robust budgeting system, and portfolio analysis that beats the rest. If you're a long time user of Quicken, you're beyond the “help me build my budget” phase.
For years, Quicken was the name in personal finance software. It doesn't sync your accounts randomly, you have password problems, screens that should appear are blank, and it's just not a great experience anymore.When you reply, it locks out the question from the Experts and will slow down their response time to you.