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Unfortunately that's just not true. I *don't* want to place all my payee addresses and bills and such on the web. That would mean that I need to use the one phone line at home to pay the bills -- now I just need to use it to upload the payments and download to reconcile my checkbook...Otherwise I am off-line.

The way I currently use Quicken, I would have to double enter everything locally after paying the bills on-line. Then I could download to reconcile.

Turns out that many banks do not offer an integrated service like I currently enjoy at PNCBank (for 6 dollars per month.)

I have been bill paying using Quicken for more then 5 years now and would hate to lose continuity in my record keeping as well... I know I can download the data from the web site and perhaps that's what I will need to resort to.

Oh well. Thanks,
Carol
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