Quicken not updating prices
Most online services require you to share your usernames and passwords of your banks and brokerages - which is generally something that should cause you pause. But even major banks' Web sites have been compromised, so it's safe to think that security is a real concern.Some banks are starting to push back - seeing the greater security risks.Invented more than 30 years ago when most people were still using pencil and paper to track their finances - Quicken is fighting to remain relevant in a world awash with free money-tracking smartphone apps, more than capable bank Web sites and financial overview Web sites like It's a bit of an anachronism - a software program that runs on desktop computers and costs or more.Also, since you pay for Quicken, it's your software not a guised vehicle that pitches you products.* Power and control.
Intuit , which turned into a multi-billion corporation on the success of Quicken, is giving up the fight trying to sell Quicken to consumers.
Quicken 2016's interface still looks like something that would have been popular when the Boy Bands were a thing.