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This so-called upgrade is just some property management software added on to basic Quicken. The biggest problem is that it will NOT let you import any of your prior data from your rental properties. You can only start from scratch, which makes this software less than completely worthless if you've been in the business and want to continue tracking all your historic data as well as enter new transactions (or, say, if you need reports from prior years or want to compare year-to-year performance). I have no idea what the Quicken people were thinking when they put this together, but it is complete junk! Don't buy it!
I reserved the last star because of the price. My husband and I make great money (not WIC qualified) but cannot afford to spend $320+ on formula a month for our 14 week old. Our story: baby had to be supplemented with similac regular formula from week 2 because I was not producing how much he wanted to eat and still can't (he wanted about 3oz in the first week each feeding and after 7weeks old wanted around 6 oz). Over the next few weeks, baby was having bloody diapers with forest green poo and mucus. Our pediatrician diagnosed him with a milk allergy and told us to stop breastfeeding and go solely Alimentum. This was a shock and I'll admit I only took part of her advice - I went on a dairy free diet and supplemented my EBM with the Alimentum around 7 weeks old. He is now 14 weeks old, a growing by in the 98th percentile height and 50th percentile weight (his parents are over 6 foot) and he is so different now! No bloody poo and back to greenish yellow, very rarely fussy, does not spit up as much during and after feedings, doesn't arch his back in pain, sleeps through the night, and is just overall a very happy baby! Happiness and health should always be priority. Also, just recently found out my BCBS PPO insurance plan covers Alimentum under my prescription benefits and we only have to pay a 45% copay - even better!