Dell Business has Intuit Quicken Deluxe 2013 + TurboTax Deluxe Federal 2012 (Windows) for $55 with free shipping. Normally about $80 if bought separately on Amazon. Newest edition of the money manager includes a mobile app and email and text alerts.

  • Quicken Deluxe 2013 + TurboTax Deluxe Federal & State 2012 for $65 with free shipping

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      zzyzx Ben's cred: 178
      Posted 8:04 pm PST 11/30/12

      Hi I'm from Intuit. Bend over so I can drive....

      If you like paying for software every three year because they shut down the ability to get automatic price updates, etc to force you to pay for a new version if you want automatic price update and downloading your financial data then these guys are for you.

      I stopped doing business with them a long time ago...

      Here, read for yourself:

      http://www.pcworld.com/article/2013635/quicken-deluxe-2013-review-intuit-bumps-the-price-on-its-personal-finance-software-but-adds-free-mo.html

      "Quicken's biggest downside is Intuit's sunset policy for supporting online services. A new edition of Quicken can download transactions for about three years; after that, Intuit shuts down support for online activity. The software will continue to function, and you might be able to import data manually. But with many accounts, you'll need to enter one transaction at a time. While Intuit says this policy is necessary because it costs too much to support server-side operations for older versions at the thousands of financial institutions that let you download transaction data into Quicken, we suspect Intuit uses the policy to force people to upgrade to newer versions they otherwise wouldn't buy. As a free service, Mint doesn't sunset anything."

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      OldiesAreGoodies Ben's cred: 1
      Posted 6:30 pm PST 12/1/12

      I don't want to burst your bubble,
      but Mint is owned by Intuit:

      (I can not post links, so you have to do your own google search.)

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      zzyzx Ben's cred: 178
      Posted 7:10 pm PST 12/1/12

      I wouldn't want to deflate your boner #2 but I don't use Mint either. That's a quote from the article I linked to (notice the quotation marks). Personally, I would never store my financial data on a third party web site like Mint.

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3709
      Posted 8:19 pm PST 12/1/12

      Once we declare the place a sovereign nation, if you spend more than half your time on Ben's you can declare it your residency and be free of uncle sam's taxes.

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      zzyzx Ben's cred: 178
      Posted 8:31 pm PST 12/1/12

      That would be a good thing, #4.

      image a place were there's no heaven. it's easy if you try. no hell below us. above us only lonely sky. image all the ben's people living bargains in peace. you may say i'm a dreamer but i'm not the only one. some day we'll stop cramming each other and bargain will once again be fun.

      But until then, this software company still sucks large donkey carrots...

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