Quicken Mac does not show dividends as income in Overview report (29 Legacy Votes)

NeilNeil Member
In Quicken for Mac 2016 (3.5.2), there is apparently no way to include Investment: Dividend Income, as "income" in the Overview - Net Income chart.  This is true even if "All Accounts" (including investment accounts) is checked.

Does anyone have any ideas?
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  • Thomas SpottThomas Spott Member
    edited October 2016
    I want this too!
  • Eric PilhoferEric Pilhofer Member
    edited November 2016
    You can create a Tag called Dividend Income in those transactions, then create a report with that tag.  The only issue is that it does not seem to be able to report the dividends tagged under "Reinvest Dividend"?
  • GaryGGaryG Member
    edited November 2017
    The "Overview Income" screen, right next to the "All Transactions" at the top of the accounts list, should show ALL cash inflows.  It should have a currently taxable section, which would list cash inflows from all accounts in the brokerage section, and also from self custodied securities, for both of the following two transaction types:
    1. income and dividends 
    2. long term cap gain distributions and short term cap gain distributions from mutual funds. 
    It should also have a tax deferred section, which should include the cash inflows from the same two transaction types, but from all accounts in the retirement section.  
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    edited August 2018
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  • GaryGGaryG Member
    edited December 2018
    GaryG said:

    The "Overview Income" screen, right next to the "All Transactions" at the top of the accounts list, should show ALL cash inflows.  It should have a currently taxable section, which would list cash inflows from all accounts in the brokerage section, and also from self custodied securities, for both of the following two transaction types:

    1. income and dividends 
    2. long term cap gain distributions and short term cap gain distributions from mutual funds. 
    It should also have a tax deferred section, which should include the cash inflows from the same two transaction types, but from all accounts in the retirement section.  
    An update, after giving the matter a bit more thought.  

    The "Overview Income" screen, right next to the "All Transactions" at the top of the accounts list, should show ALL cash inflows.  This screen should be available as a report.  It should have four sections, sorted by how the income is taxed.  

    First, in a currently taxable section, it should list cash inflows from all accounts in the Quicken for Mac 2017 brokerage section, and also from self custodied securities, for the following four transaction types:
    1. income
    2. dividends 
    3. long term cap gain distributions from mutual funds, and
    4. short term cap gain distributions from mutual funds. 
    Second, in a tax deferred section, it should include the cash inflows from the same four transaction types, from all IRA and 401k accounts in the Quicken for Mac 2017 retirement section.  

    Third, in an already taxed section, it should include the cash inflows from the same four transaction types, from all of the Roth IRA accounts in the Quicken for Mac 2017 retirement section.  

    And fourth, in a capital gains section, it should have info on short term and long term realized capital gains, and, in a separate list, on short term and long unrealized capital gains from all accounts in the Quicken for Mac 2017 brokerage section, and also from self custodied securities.  
     
  • Quicken MarcusQuicken Marcus Employee
    edited July 2018
    We're adding the ability to see dividends, interest, long-term cap gain, short-term cap gain and misc investment income in the All Transactions / Income chart in 2018 version 5.7 which we're shipping shortly.  Closing as implemented.  Please create new tickets for other feature requests.
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