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Cookies are small files stored on your computer and are commonly "handed out" when you visit most modern web sites.Finally we have reached the Quicken part of the discussion, if you have your Mutual Fund savings account set up in Quicken (and why wouldn’t you?), you would go to the account and simply choose Enter Transaction .Generally, cookies provide the ability to enhance the user's experience and enable advanced web site functionality.If you're having problems that are specific to your Quicken software, such as accessing the Internet from within Quicken, please refer to the help information within the Quicken program, or visit Quicken Technical Support on the Web.The site also sells its deep pools of financial data to different providers, but it’s important to note that this information doesn’t contain users’ personal information — it is aggregate information about users’ financial habits on the whole. But it’s aging — not gracefully, many say — and has some drawbacks that have sent some users searching for an alternative: One of Mint’s longtime alternatives is Quicken, but its future is currently up in the air.Intuit announced in August that it would try to find a buyer for the well-known desktop-based personal finance software, once the bedrock of Intuit’s business.This message appears or doesn't appear depending on the specific transaction history involved with a specific security.In some cases, when accepting transactions individually and this message appears, pressing Accept All will take care of the message.So I tripped across an interesting feature in Quicken’s investment tracking feature where, in one transaction (well, it does the delete and add transaction for you from what I can see), Quicken transfer mutual funds from one account to another. Well for me over the past few weeks, this has made my life simpler tracking my TD Mutual Fund Savings Accounts.Next question, why do you have TD Mutual fund accounts, aren’t you a TD Waterhouse dude?Since its founding in 2006, has grown from a small financial startup into a formidable personal finance tool with more than 15 million users.Acquired by Intuit in 2009, Mint has become the budgeting go-to for tech-savvy consumers who want a convenient place to manage their money on the go.I finally got off my lazy derriere and have transferred all of those I-Series funds to E-series funds, using the same models as outlined in Ideal Portfolios : TDB909 – TD Canadian Bond Index (e-Series) TDB900 – TD Canadian Index (e-Series) TDB902 – TD US Index (e-Series) TDB911 – TD International Index (e-Series) To be able to use these Index Funds in your Mutual Fund account you must Mail (by Canada Post, no Faxes allowed) the following: Your TD e-Series Funds account is opened after your original, signed application, and TD e-Series Funds Understanding and Consent form are received by TD Investment Services Inc. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept applications by fax. If you don’t have an account, might I suggest going straight to TD Waterhouse (and not worry about opening a “TD Mutual Fund” account)?