Individual investors who use certain personal finance software will now be able to open IRAs from their home computers. Banking and financial services company Wells Fargo said today that it has partnered with a manufacturer of tax and bookkeeping software to create the service.

Users of Quicken, a personal finance program, and TurboTax, which allows users to calculate and file their taxes online, will be able to open the IRA accounts through Wells Fargo, the company said. Both software titles are manufactured by Intuit.

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