Quicken user since Q1999. Currently using QW2017.
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-splasher using Q continuously since 1996
- Subscription Quicken - Win11 and QW2013 - Win11
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Slightly OT, but a question to those folks that suggested doing the complete adding of all the old transactions (for example from one post above: "That should give you absolutely correct 'current' information which means that all future transaction, especially sales, will be properly reported.".)Since most of the FIs are mandated to report cost basis and long and short terms sale information now on sales if they have that information (and this might be the key...a big 'IF'), how necessary is it that you make Q as accurate as you can for reporting capital gains/losses? Since the values I (and my accountant) use are what are contained on the 1099s, whatever QUICKEN deems 'accurate' has little to do with what I'd be using on my Sch D.Comments?