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I am not sure I understand the question so this answer may not apply, but..
When I was still working and drawing a paycheck (before RE), in Quicken I setup my Paycheck to automatically Deposit the correct amount into my 401k. When I received my quarterly statements I would Purchase the correct amount of the appropriate fund. While not very timely, it was accurate and I was able to track progress against the apporiate benchmarks.
In today's world of instant info and account access via the web it should be easier to maintain a more timely dataset in Quicken, either manually as I did or importing directly into Quicken.

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