Quicken 2015 helps you manage all your personal finances in one place, so you can see where you’re spending and where you can save. Quicken automatically categorizes your financial transactions, helps you stay on top of bills and set goals so you can save more. You can even access your data on the go.
- View All Your Accounts in One Place – See all your bank, credit card, investment and retirement accounts in one place, so you know exactly where you stand. Quicken 2015 downloads your income and expenses from your accounts, so you don’t have to enter transactions manually and avoid the hassle of going to multiple websites.
- See Exactly Where Your Money Is Going – Quicken 2015 automatically categorizes expenses like groceries, entertainment, and more, so you don’t have to edit them manually. You can easily see where youâ€™re spending and where you can save.
- Plan, and Stay on, a Budget – We make it easy to get on a budget you can live with. Quicken 2015 automatically sets up budget goals based on what you’ve spent in the past. You can customize your plan, and we’ll track your progress.
- Never Miss a Bill – Quicken 2015 automatically creates bill reminders for you based on your previous bills; you can customize or add reminders as needed. Weâ€™ll alert you when bills are coming up, so you can pay them on time and avoid late fees.
- Make Smart Money Decisions on the Go – Check your account balances and budget on the go. Our free mobile app syncs data from your computer to your iPhone and iPad. Take pictures of receipts to track key purchases.
- Manage Your Investments and Plan for Taxes – See how your investments are performing. Weâ€™ll continuously update quotes to keep your portfolio value current. We make tax time easier by tracking cost basis estimating capital gains, and creating Schedule D tax reports.
- Getting Started Is a Breeze – Step-by-step guidance helps you get up and running fast. Just answer a few simple questions; we’ll show you how Quicken works, and what to do next. You’ll see your financial picture come quickly into focus.
- Import Data From Previous Quicken Versions – Easily import data from Quicken Essentials, Quicken 2007, and Quicken Windows 2010 or newer versions.
Quicken 2015 for Mac supersedes Quicken 2007 and Quicken Essentials (previously, both apps were offered for sale next to each other).
New & Improved:
- New option on Calendar report to allow showing gains and losses for investment holdings.
- This option will show the total percent day change (gain or loss) for the investing accounts included in a Calendar report. This is the change in value of the positions held, excluding cash. Click this indicator to see a breakout on gainers and losers for that day as well as dollar amount change.
- Improved the Download/Financial Institution settings on the Account settings sheet
- This change focused on eliminating duplicate options, streamlining user flows, and simplifying the functionality of managing the connectivity status of your accounts such as changing connection types, deactivating downloads for either Direct Connect or Quicken Connect accounts, or updating password for Quicken Connect accounts (for example, after you change a password at your Financial Institution) and changing the Password for Direct Connect accounts. Direct connect accounts also now let you explicitly set the date range of transactions to download--useful for troubleshooting or filling in missing transaction data.
- Fixed hang when updating all accounts
- Fixed issue reconnecting a web connect account using either Direct Connect or Quicken Connect account types
- Fixed multiple issues reconnecting accounts via the Setup Automatic Downloads dialog
- Fixed issue where register would not remember the last scroll position after restarting Quicken (for example, jumping to the top after restarting)
- Fixed issue where sidebar would not remember the account expand/collapse state after restarting
- Fixed issue where categorized transfer transactions were being excluded from Category Summary report
- Fixed multiple issues related to Quicken Windows import process and updated the Quicken Windows conversion utility
- Fixed multiple issues related to QIF import from other personal finance applications
- Fixed issue where changing your Intuit ID outside of Quicken caused an error during transaction download
- Fixed issue where a file restored from backup would not open automatically
- Fixed issue where setting up automatic downloads for a manual investing account could Quicken to stop responding
- Fixed multiple issues in the Setup Automatic downloads feature
- Fixed display issues on report customization sheet
- Fixed issue where changing the number separator in the System Preferences from comma to decimal could cause a crash
- Fixed issue where email notification regarding changes to your Intuit Profile could be sent in error
- Fixed issue where CSV import of values containing commas could be imported incorrectly
- Fixed issue where changing an account's connection type could result in a duplicate account
- Fixed multiple display issues in Calendar report
- Fixed multiple Mobile Sync issues, included a case where tags containing special characters could cause a sync failure
- Fixed issues in First Use / New file creation flow
OS X 10.7.5 or later