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If it can, I haven't found a way to do it.

Like you I use Bond Wizard to track my Bonds; also like you, I have to manually adjust Quicken for every new bond purchased (2 a month) and for the interest accruals. The thing I dislike about the bond wizard is that it's not possible to break out when the interest payments are actually accrued; it simply adds it to the grand total. I know they are periodic, and I know the approximate dates, I suppose I'm just to anal about it for my own good. )

Anyway, again, I've not found a way for Quicken to download this info.

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