Which is the best software program for your needs? By answering that question it will give you an idea of which platform is best for you – Quicken Willmaker Plus 2019 vs Quicken WillMaker Premium 2019. The difference between the two comes down to what forms and eBooks you are wanting. Please be aware for both versions, estate planning documents are not valid in Louisiana, U.S. Territories or Canada.
Windows 7/8/8.1/10 or macOS 10.11 or higher
CD-ROM Drive: If installing from disk (download code provided inbox)
Software: PDF viewer
Includes 3 options – if you purchase this version be sure to choose the version you want – Mac download PC/MC disc or PC download
The Quicken WillMaker Plus 2109 is Quicken’s basic WillMaker program. However, being the basic line, it does come with quite a few forms. You might find these forms sufficient and perhaps all you need thus, this is a good option for you.
Cons – There is some dissatisfaction reported with customer service and tech support.
Pros – Great price point. Good product for the price. State-specific. * Creating your own documents will save you a lot of money compared to going to an attorney – though after completing your documents you might want to consult with an attorney to be sure everything is compliant to your state and your needs.
Average customer ranking on Amazon – 4.6 out of 5 stars
Price – See here
Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10.
Mac OS 10.11 and higher
Comes with a CD and Download Keycard
The Quicken Willmaker Premium 2019 comes with a lot of bells and whistles. Though a little more expensive than Quicken WillMaker Plus 2109 it is well worth it if you need more extensive documents.
Cons – This comes with a lot of documents and you may be in a place in life where they don’t pertain to you thus would be overkill. Also, the price is higher than the Plus but you do get a lot of bang for your buck.
Pros – Customers ranked this an average of 1 star higher than the Plus platform. State-specific * You can also save a lot of money creating the forms yourself compared to going to an attorney. But like the Plus you might want to consult with an attorney to be sure everything is compliant to your state and your needs.