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Mutual funds being treated as cash balance accounts?
I have used Quicken for many years at "low intensity." I'm tracking an IRA account at T Rowe Price. Quicken treats it as a cash balance account rather than a single mutual fund (which it actually is), apparently because Price charges an annual management fee and accounts for this in some way that Quicken is forced to treat it as a cash balance account. I can live with that, but two questions: 1) how do I find the share balance? (other than, of course, logging on to TRowePrice.com!) and 2) how do I enter a share transaction without messing up the cash balance? I tried to enter a transaction to correct the share balance, but Quicken simply added it to the cash balance instead. If, of course, there's a way to make Quicken recharacterize this as a single mutual fund, that would be even better. Thanks for any help.
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