Investing Cash Account


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mac0730

In older version of Money. The Cash Account balance was displayed on the
investment page with the account. An example if I was viewing my Schwab
account with it holding at the bottom it would display the cash account
balance.

Is this available in Money 2006.
 
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Chris Cowles

mac0730 said:
In older version of Money. The Cash Account balance was displayed on the
investment page with the account. An example if I was viewing my Schwab
account with it holding at the bottom it would display the cash account
balance.

Is this available in Money 2006.
Not in my copy of Deluxe 06. Don't recall if it was available in 04, which
is what I upgraded from. Dunno why they'd disable it.
 
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johnbusc

Chris said:
Dunno why they'd disable it.
"They" don't know either which is probably why they did it. Either
that or they couldn't care less about those who don't wish to have the
cash account represent their sweep investment. It sure was convenient
in earlier versions to know how much of a buy or sell to enter for a
sweep. Alas, just another example of the ongoing "dumbing down" of
what used to be a reasonably well thought-out application.

Regards,
JB
 
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Chris Cowles

"They" don't know either which is probably why they did it. Either
that or they couldn't care less about those who don't wish to have the
cash account represent their sweep investment. It sure was convenient
in earlier versions to know how much of a buy or sell to enter for a
sweep. Alas, just another example of the ongoing "dumbing down" of
what used to be a reasonably well thought-out application.
By sweep, I assume you mean the primary money market fund (or whatever) your
excess cash goes into? Why bother entering the buys and sells? It's just
busy work. You'll still get the dividends recorded in your account.
 

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