I want to move to the current Mac OSX platform from Windows 98 but must reconsider if Quicken for Mac is crippled by the following omission. Intuit states that 90% of users track their investments with Quicken. Yet while 401K data is supported in the Windows version, Quicken for Mac is apparently not configured to receive or integrate 401K data. This seems to be a major oversite since the absence of these numbers in, say, a net worth report, would result in a financial profile that would be fundamentally inaccurate. Is my understanding correct or are Intuit's off-shore technical advisors mistaken?