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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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