Error When Updating Accounts: CC-502
To fix this issue:
Step One: Confirm you're on the latest Quicken release
- Select the Tools > One Step Update.
- Click Update Now.
- If an update is available, Quicken displays a window that describes what's in the update, as well as brief instructions for downloading the update.
Step Two: Wait one business day
This error message is typically caused by maintenance on your bank's website. You can try updating again in a few hours or the next business day. If the issue still occurs after one business day, the steps below should resolve your issue.
Step Three: Refresh your online account information
- Open the transaction register for the account with the error message.
- Click the Gear Icon on the upper right of the register, and select Update Now.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update.
- Repeat these steps for each account with this error.
If the steps above didn't resolve the issue
The cause could be that the bank account login password uses special characters that interfere with Quicken's ability to download transactions. These special characters are ampersand (&), left carat (<), right carat (>), backslash (\), and forward slash (/).
Note: These steps are only for accounts set up for Express Web Connect. The steps will not work for accounts connected via Direct Connect or Web Connect.
- Log in to your bank's website.
- Change your password to use characters other than &, <, >, \, or /.
- Launch Quicken and go to Tools > Password Vault > Add/Edit Passwords.
- Click on the account in the Password Vault.
- Choose Change Password for the account.
- Enter in the same password you just used to log into the bank's website, and click Change, then Done.
- Select Tools > One Step Update to confirm that the error is resolved.
Important: Having these characters in the password can also prevent you from activating an account for Express Web Connect in Quicken. You will need to change your password with your bank to use characters other than these five special characters.