Rocket J Squirrel said:Where did you see that? You don't need to use Savings Bond. I have brokered CDs and Corporate Bonds and they have maturity dates. The bonds also have optional call dates.
QWin Deluxe Subscription - sticking with R47.15 - Win10
Quicken Home, Business & Rental Property - Windows 10-Home Version
- - Quicken User since 1984 - - - - If you find this reply helpful,
please click "Helpful" (below), so others will know! Thank
I've noticed that when Quicken imports a CD it sets it up as though it was an investment account (bond account) rather than a savings account
I've noticed that when Quicken imports a CD it sets it up as though it was an investment account (bond account) rather than a savings account.
reading thru the Quicken Help - the magic is that the "security" needs to be setup as "Savings Bond" to get the Maturity Date field.... (Savings Bond is the only "bond" offered in the asset class).
I know I can create a new CD account and transfer the $$ but I would loose the history of the single account plus I would have to reestablish the on-line connection to the bank which I would prefer not to do.