2001 Deluxe question Action question

Discussion in 'Quicken' started by Linda R Santoro, Dec 15, 2003.

  1. As stated, I have the 2001 edition. I have been trying to manually
    record the information from my Treasury Direct statement.
    We invested $XX some years ago which recently matured and we did an
    automatic reinvestment. There was a return of $yy as the investment in
    question did not use all of the $XX.
    Is this a return of capital? It shows on the statement as a Refund
    Payment but there is no listing, as such, in the Action column. It is
    actually an automatic deposit into our banking account and in the past I
    have not listed it in my TD account.
    Thank you.
    Linda S
     
    Linda R Santoro, Dec 15, 2003
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  2. Linda R Santoro

    Fred Smith Guest

    You say "in the past I have not listed it in my TD account". So, in Quicken,
    you are not tracking exactly what's in the TD account, right?

    If so, you have two choices:
    1. Go back and enter the historical transactions to bring your Quicken and
    TD account in sync.
    2. Ignore the old transactions, and simply record the new investment, using
    ShrsIn.

    Fred.
     
    Fred Smith, Dec 15, 2003
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  3. Hi Fred,
    I think I would have to do some interest in and then transfer or
    something. I don't want to link it to my checking account. Probably
    should have done so in the beginning as that is where the money came
    from and went to. However, did not know what I was doing xx years ago or
    so and don't want to mess everything up by doing what I should have been
    doing all along.
    Thought about it overnight and think I will just continue as I have
    been. Not really satisfactory but I can sleep at night!
    Linda S
     
    Linda R Santoro, Dec 16, 2003
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