No, Quicken is still a desktop program that you install on your computer.
The new subscription membership only changes the way you pay for Quicken, but the program itself is still the same (with updates and new features).
Premier and above also come with free priority customer support.
The former Quicken Rental Property Manager and Quicken Home and Business editions have been combined into the new Quicken Home, Business, and Rental Property.
The only way that can happen is if Quicken receives enough revenue to pay for more developers and to show a profit.
This change to a membership subscription model will help Quicken receive a more consistent revenue stream to keep the company profitable and working on improving our favorite money management program.
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The cost is the same to you and any compensation we may receive does not affect our reviews or rankings. Starting with this year’s release, Quicken 2018, Quicken has changed their pricing structure and the various Quicken editions.