Looking at the comparison page <http://quicken.intuit.com/compare-quicken-personal-finance-software-products.jsp>, it -seems- as if all I need is the Quicken Deluxe version. Remember I'm in the UK, so don't care about stock quotes, downloading transactions, Bill Pay...actually I don't care about much other than just knowing what I spent on what, and what's happening over the next few months (it's why Essentials, which receives so much stick here,is actually more or less right for me. If it had had the calendar view I'd have bought it).
The one thing I note however is that it's Premier before it starts talking about planning retirement. Again, actively managing a 401 plan is a US thing - I just want the ability to mark several of my accounts as being for 'Retirement', which is what my current file has. Does Deluxe have that designation, or would I need Premier? Any problems with the data file itself when stepping down from Home & Business to Deluxe?