When I did so, I noticed some discrepancies between the bank's estimate of my funds and Quicken's, and I decided to track that down.
I'm glad I did. I discovered that for some reason, I had paid August's house payment twice. Oooops.
I'd love it if I could just consider that an extra payment; it's more than all the principal we pay in a year. But I rather need that money. At this moment, that house payment would represent about a quarter of our liquid funds. So instead, it will just have to mean that I was extremely prompt with the September payment.
On the plus side, though, I can work this out. I can move a little money around, and mid-month expenses shouldn't be too bad, and the August 22 paycheck should reconcile everything.
In the meantime, I'm delaying paying some bills until the next paycheck, the way I was delaying the credit card bill until this paycheck. Feh. I hate juggling bills like that. Oh well.