The other day, Quicken 15 for the Mac was announced by Intuit, and it is available for $79.99, via download only until October. Supposedly, it is "better", and (quoting here) "it also will allow Quicken Mac 2007 users to migrate to a more modern platform". Here is a better "explanation" of Quicken 15 for the Mac:
Quicken for Mac 2015: One Step Forward | Computerworld Blogs
Myself, I am using Quicken Mac 2007, and I use it as basically a "computerized" check book. Since for the personal portion of our income tax return, we do not itemize deductions, I don't need any of the expense tracking features of Quicken. (For the business portion of our return, I easily track the few itemized deductions we are allowed to take for that income). And, for tracking our other investments ( 99% of that income is in Mutual Funds, and the remaining 1% is only in 4 IRAs my wife and I have at two local banks), those are easily handled too without Quicken (or some other financial package).
I might upgrade just for the "fun of it", but I wonder what others plan on doing. Like to hear some other views on this.