As a quicken user, I would like to run out checks for scheduled payments (esp for DRIP investments). but I find the cost of 'quicken checks' objectionable, along with the minimum 250 order required. Does anyone have a good source for 'quicken compatible' checks at a more reasonable cost?Any chance your bank has any form of Online Banking? Most will dos scheduled transactions for you. I send money from my checking acct to my E*Trade account weekely. I also pay a portion of my credit card bill every week, then pay the balance at the end of the month. I have scheduled tranactions for my mortgage, my cable bill, my Internet providers, etc. Much easier than trying to remember the payments. The other advantage of online banking is that you don't pay for everything associated with sending a check including the check, the stamps, etc.Some banks will even let you do your online banking through Quicken. Check it out.Mark
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