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Fix Schedule B report so it handles split transactions that include dividends correctly

Jim_HarmanJim_Harman SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
In QWin US Premier 2019 R18.16 the Schedule B tax report produces incorrect results when a banking account has a split deposit transaction that includes dividend income. This was first reported here:
https://community.quicken.com/discussion/7853783/schedule-b-report-summary-amount-doesnt-match-the-sum-of-the-transactions-how-to-fix-issue#latest

I experimented with 3 Categories and varied the order of the split lines 
-- Div is dividend income
-- Int is interest income
-- Gift has no tax line. 

The order of the categories below is the order of the lines in the split transaction.

Div & Gift - OK
Gift & Div - Div amount shows as interest in the report

Int & Gift - OK
Gift & Int - OK

Div & Int - Total amount shows as dividend in the report
Int & Div - Total amount shows as interest in the report.

Here is a screenshot from a test file that illustrates the last test case. The transaction shows $3.33 of interest and $6.66 of dividends but the report shows the total amount as interest.


You can avoid these problems by recording the income as individual transactions rather than as a split, but it would certainly be good if the report worked correctly.
-- Jim QWin Premier subscription
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  • RayRay Member ✭✭✭
    The problem occurs in the May 2019 R19.34 version too.
  • RayRay Member ✭✭✭
    The problem occurs in the R19.44 version too.
  • G7CYP0G7CYP0 Unconfirmed, Member
    >:) >:) This issue/bug still occurs in Release R30.21
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