A SAFER WAY TO SHARE YOUR DATA
Kiplinger's Personal Finance|April 2020
WHEN YOU USE A BUDGETING APP, TAX software or other service that relies on information about your bank and investment accounts, you can typically allow the service to retrieve automatic online updates.
LISA GERSTNER

But some customers are hesitant to give such programs the user names and passwords to their sensitive financial accounts—and banks aren’t keen on the practice, either.

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