Express Web Connect or Quicken Connect will not work until 2/6/18
On January 30, 2018 Horicon Bank converted to a new Internet Banking service for personal/consumer customers. Business customers will continue to use the previous Internet Banking service.
One Step Update - Express Web Connect or Quick Connect
Quicken, QuickBooks and MINT are affected by this change. Please note that there are two choices for setting up Express Web Connect or One Step Updates to Horicon Bank. Personal/consumer customers will use the “Horicon Bank Consumer” connection while business users will login to the existing “Horicon Bank” connection (see the screen shot below).
Please take a look at the instructions for deactivating and re-activating your one step updates to reflect this change depending on what software you use.
New Web Connect Instructions (Personal/Consumer)
Personal/consumer users that use the Web Connect feature (those that download info from internet banking then import it into Quicken, QuickBooks, or Mint) will be able to download their info by clicking on a down arrow icon near their account information.
Clicking on that icon will bring up this dialog box with Quicken, QuickBooks, and Comma Delimited as the file type options. Keep in mind the download is one account at a time and the timeframe cannot be longer than thirteen months.
Horicon Bank Mint
Horicon Bank QuickBooks
Horicon Bank Quicken
What is the difference between Web Connect and Express Web Connect?
Web Connect means that you login to Internet Banking and download the file into Quicken or QuickBooks.
Express Web Connect means that you initiate the download to your bank from either Quicken or QuickBooks by saving your bank login and password in the One Step Update feature.