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Andy Leese
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      07-22-2010, 07:22 PM
I have two stocks held with the same Financial Institution. Each stock
carries its' own Cash account (I opted for the Dividend Reinvestment Plan).
However, since Microsoft Money recognises them as being from the same
Financial Institution, it collates them into one Cash account. Is there a
correct way to split them?

I'm sorting through previous financial records, in an attempt to get Money
up to date. Hence the influx of questions. Sorry :-)

Thank you in advance.

Andy


 
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      07-23-2010, 04:52 PM
In microsoft.public.uk.money, Andy Leese wrote:

>I have two stocks held with the same Financial Institution. Each stock
>carries its' own Cash account (I opted for the Dividend Reinvestment Plan).
>However, since Microsoft Money recognises them as being from the same
>Financial Institution, it collates them into one Cash account. Is there a
>correct way to split them?
>
>I'm sorting through previous financial records, in an attempt to get Money
>up to date. Hence the influx of questions. Sorry :-)
>
>Thank you in advance.
>
>Andy


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