marcharry wrote:My 2002 quicken is no longer supported.
2006 (XG - is for Canada?)
Is it able to download the TDW brokerage transactions?
JohnMorgan wrote:Anyone remember TIPS35? How do you enter/categorize (in Quicken) the change from TIPS35 to XIU?
Yeah. I used Quicken 2002 terminology. I see that they've changed it to Add and Remove in more recent versions.JohnMorgan wrote:In the drop down menu for transaction entry, 'Add' and 'Remove' seem to be the closest options to Shrsout/in.
In Quicken 2007 (at least) Remove asks for both number of shares and share price. Use ACB divided by the number of shares to get the latter. Then similarly when you do the Add, use ACB divided by the number of new shares to get the "book" share price. You want to make sure that the transactions both occur at the ACB value, not market value. The next time you update stock prices Quicken will find the current NAV and compute the current market value of your position.However in Remove there is nowhere to enter $ amounts, just number of shares; whereas in Add, there is 'price paid per share'.
As long as the ACB on your XIU holding is the same as the ACB on your TIPS35 holding, regardless of the number of shares of either, the taxman should be happy.I'm not clear how all this washes for ACB of XIU in the long run.
nile wrote:how do i add the distributon to affect my ACB without affecting all the other parameters on quicken 2007
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