Six different editions are available for Quicken users.
Mint by Quicken Online: If you only need the most basic personal financial tracking options, Mint gives you the ability to track everything through the Internet. Best of all, Mint Online is free.
Starter Edition: Perfect for those who have never used Quicken before, the Starter Edition costs about $30 and really focuses on providing tips and tricks for new Quicken users. It offers limited, basic features, allowing you to track your spending and to perform some basic tax preparation functions.
Deluxe: The Deluxe version of Quicken 2011 gives you all of the basic financial tracking options you need for about $60. You can track and categorize your spending, set and track basic savings goals, track retirement or college investment accounts, and share income tax data with TurboTax.
Premier: If you need to track investments beyond your 401(k) and other retirement accounts, Quicken 2011 Premier will meet your needs for about $90. It includes all of the features of the Deluxe version, while providing many tools and tips for analyzing your investments.
Home & Business: Small business owners can use some tools, such as tax management and expense tracking, in Quicken 2011 Home & Business, which costs about $100. Otherwise, this edition carries all of the features of Premier.
Rental Property Manager: The most expensive edition (about $150) among the entire Quicken 2011 family, Rental Property Manager makes it easy for you to keep track of your rental properties, track rent due dates, and organize tax ramifications of your rental properties. This edition also contains all of the features found in Home & Business, too.