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Quicken99 incorrect reconcile date

When I go to reconcile my December 2008 check register, the last reconcile date showing is May 2007. Why is this? I actually need that date to be November 2007.

Any help? tdfuller@alltel.net

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Boy oh boy ... I thought I was behind! Is this a current question or a very old one - I cannot tell.

Normally quicken will use the last date you recondiled as the start date.

I guess you dont use the download method of reconciling? If you have WWW access on the computer where your Quiocken resides, your financial institution probably offeres this kind of service. My bank does not charge to have Quicken get the info and reconcile. And I can be as up todate as "yesterday" with this method.

I hope I have answered your question

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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