Hi Chris, Thanks, not sure why @Jon provided me with that link. I have been using Quicken since very early its conception, 1989 and of course I don't want erase my data. I just don't want to share my personal and financial data with any 3rd party. Hopefully there is an easy way because I want use the new EWC. Thanks again.
Quicken Mac subscription. Quicken user since 1990.
Kindly provide me with the Quicken link and the steps to protect me from sharing my personal data.
Thanks. This appears to answer my question which is: Does denying sharing your account information with Quicken cause any blocking of one step update?
The authorization to share personal data with Bank of America includes tax data which is very confidential, such as: Tax Statements; Account Holder SSN; Capital Gain; Federal Income Tax Withheld; Gross Distribution; Interest Income; Taxable Amount. Aside from the issue of the current EWC system glitch, is there any way to continue Quicken downloads of BofA account data, once the glitches are fixed, without authorizing the release of tax data certainly not needed by any bank?