Question. Does Quicken support online transaction download for Marcus by Goldman Sachs? Answer. Yes, Quicken supports automatic downloads of your Marcus transactions (interest, deposits, etc.). When you add an account, simply enter “marcus” in the financial institution search field and it will be the first result! You can see a screenshot here: I hope this helps! 🙂
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Quicken has a very handy recurring payments function. However, in recent editions they seem to have changed the setup procedure. Here are the most recent steps: Tools -> Manage Bill & Income Reminders [Ctrl+J] -> Create New -> Reminder… 🙂 I hope this helps!
Q. I know you use Quicken from some of your other “tip” posts, can you help me with something? Specifically, I added a new checking account to Quicken Deluxe 2015 and the register seems to be stuck at one line-height for the new account 🙁 How do I get it back to the old two lines?! Thx! -Tony M. A. Hi Tony, I think I can help! There are a couple of ways to do it: Click the “gear” icon
If you ever have a problem in Quicken where you cannot backup your QDF data file, and you cannot even copy your QDF data file, then you may want to try the following. This allowed me to save my mom’s Quicken data after nothing else worked (i.e. validate/repair did not work) and all the other solutions I found online did not work. This particular problem was caused by bad blocks on a failing SSD, but it could have just as
Quicken has recently (3/24/2015) released their version R5 patch for Quicken 2015. If you like to have all your financial software up to date while doing taxes, you may want to backup and then perform the upgrade! There are a couple ways you can update, you can find info on both below. #1 Perform a “One Step Update” from the Tools menu in the application, after the update completes it should show you a notice about the new update: After
Tax time approaches. Thus around the Hodges household we are catching up on our Quicken data entry. We track every cent we spend and anything that can make that process easier/faster is appreciated 🙂 That is one reason why I like Thunderbird so much, it makes it very simple to find emails that contain online transaction info (invoices, receipts, etc.) Here is the basic process: #1 Download the latest transaction info using Quicken This will give us a list of transactions
Q. Help! I just upgraded from Quicken 2010 to a later edition and now I am missing my check number column for all my credit card accounts! (I use that field to store extra info) Where did my check number column go in Quicken and how do I GET IT BACK? A. Thankfully, you can easily re-enable the Check # field (if a checking count) -or-Reference # field (if another type of account) Here is how: #1 While at the