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Quicken download problem with Schwab Bank

I called Schwab to get my new savings account set up for download to Quicken 2011. The customer rep said that Schwab  Bank savings accounts were not supported in Quicken. Checking accounts worked, but not saving accounts. Is this limit in Quicken or at Schwab Bank?
    I called Schwab. It looks like it is a limitation on their side for savings accounts. Checking accounts work fine.
      I am using quicken essentials on a mac. Saw numerous schwab options. Though I have a checking account, I find ?Charles Schwab Bank, N.A. to be the most reliable for downloads. I used to use Charles Schwab investor checking as an option but this stopped working
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