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How do I convert a mutual fund to its equivalent ETF
On May 2019 Vanguard converted 3 of my mutual funds to its equivalent ETF. The conversion is not taxable. The transactions were recorded as a buy for the ETF and I did not realized, from the download, that they were a conversion. An equivalent transaction did not download removing shares from the Fund. My Quicken portfolio shows I own the fund and the ETF. On 9/1/20, a new account was opened and all investments were transferred to it. Noting that some holdings from my original account were missing, when comparing my Quicken portfolio with a Vanguard report, I realized that the conversion was not recorded in Quicken. How do I record the conversion? Do I use the original date? What information do I need to record the transactions? I want to keep the cost information.