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Parallels, VMWare Fusion and VirtualBox are what's called Virtualization software..they create a Virtual Machine (VM) in which you install, usually, a different OS (guest) than the host OS.

So, in your case, you'd use Parallels to create a VM and install some version of Windows (a legal copy if needed) and then install Quicken inside the Windows installation..

Yes..it can get very expensive..but if you need Windows for many other things..it might make sense..

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