Tell me about updating investment account statements
Connecting with your participating broker or other financial institution to update transactions and balances is the easiest way to keep your investment accounts up to date. Once you record historical transactions for any securities you owned before you bought Quicken, you may never have to manually enter another investment transaction. To get started, simply sign up for online account services with your broker or other participating financial institution.
What can I do?
Update your investing accounts
Review and accept investment transactions I've downloaded
Edit and delete downloaded investment transactions
Compare my broker's downloaded holdings to my Quicken portfolio
Enter adjustments to your Quicken Portfolio to match your broker's online holdings information
Download a stock split
What if something goes wrong?
What do I need to know before getting started?
Do not download the following types of transactions:
Where can I get more information?
- To learn more about entering historical transactions, see Decide how much historical data to enter and Entering investment transactions manually.
- To view general information about working with online account services once you've set up your account, see Downloading transactions for my accounts.
- If you regularly download transactions from several financial institutions using One Step Update, Quicken's Password Vault feature is a secure, convenient way to manage the different passwords involved.