Can Intuit help me keep track of my personal accounting and help me at tax time?

I have a great deal of tax related transactions, including many form 2106 deductions, as well as charitable contributions, which I need to track as the year goes on (considering about 70% of my life and 40% of my AGI ends up deducted on that form 2106).  Currently, I'm using Quicken, but since it's being sold/discontinued, I'd like to find a viable alternative.


Hi guthrie2003,

To my knowledge, Quicken will continue to be supported by Intuit like it has been until a suitable buyer has been found. They aren't planning on having it discontinued. As far as tracking transaction in Mint for tax purposes, you can create Tags for those transactions. You can then search by the tag and export those transactions into a .csv file.


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