Bond sale transaction not recording correctly

Quicken 2017 is not recording the commission on a bond sale.

I enter the transaction with the commission in that field, but Quicken does not record the amount that I input. The commission field is blank. This is causing the cash part of the transaction to be off by that amount.

When I tried to download the transaction - Quicken changed it completely, so that was of no use.
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  • mmsfct
    mmsfct Member ✭✭
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    I cannot let it pass - Love the handle... I used to watch when I was pretty young.

    When I downloaded the transaction all that came through was the commission. Labeled as accrued interest.

    Oddly, I was able to fix the transaction by: putting accrued interest in the memo field (mirrored an old transaction) that did the trick.

    Makes absolutely no sense. Thank you

    Quicken - this was stupid.

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  • Rocket J Squirrel
    Rocket J Squirrel SuperUser, Windows Beta ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2019
    mmsfct said:
    Quicken 2017 is not recording the commission on a bond sale.

    I enter the transaction with the commission in that field, but Quicken does not record the amount that I input. The commission field is blank. This is causing the cash part of the transaction to be off by that amount.
    I can't reproduce this in QW2019. The commission appears correctly for me. Maybe this was a bug in QW2017, I don't remember. You could always enter a MiscExp transaction for the amount of the commission if all else fails.
    When I tried to download the transaction - Quicken changed it completely, so that was of no use.
    I don't understand. What does "changed it completely" mean? Please be specific.
    Quicken user since version 2 for DOS, now using QWin Premier Subscription on Win10 Pro.
  • mmsfct
    mmsfct Member ✭✭
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    I cannot let it pass - Love the handle... I used to watch when I was pretty young.

    When I downloaded the transaction all that came through was the commission. Labeled as accrued interest.

    Oddly, I was able to fix the transaction by: putting accrued interest in the memo field (mirrored an old transaction) that did the trick.

    Makes absolutely no sense. Thank you

    Quicken - this was stupid.
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