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I set it up, but even though they list ADP Retirement Accounts as one of their 401K 'providers', so far they have been unable to get this to work for me. Soon it will be time for me to follow-up with another email to them about it.

I find their Full View more useful than Quicken, because Quicken cannot update the fund prices from either my Fidelity annuity or my 401K, since those mutual funds are not 'public'.

All the other accounts, including reward miles, credit cards, etc. work fine in Full View. You shouldn't have any problem since your 401K is at Fidelity.

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