I'm just happy to hear I'm not the only person who enters everything manually.I wouldn't do it any other way. I've used Quicken for years to manage checking, savings, and many investments. But I've never downloaded a transaction from a bank or a broker, and expect I never will. And although I gave up on a paper check register years ago (trusting Quicken completely), I'm a belt-and-suspenders kind of guy with regard to investments. Everything goes in Quicken (manually!), but I also keep all stock and mutual fund transactions in a separate spreadsheet, which is what I go to for basis information for tax reporting. (I doublecheck to be sure that spreadsheet and Quicken agree, but I regard the spreadsheet as my primary basis document.)Lorenzo
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