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Net Worth Closed Investment Accounts Should be $0

btm Member ✭✭
In the Net Worth report a closed account should always have a $0 balance.

I have multiple investment accounts that have 0 holdings, 0 cash, and are closed but show seemingly random numbers in the Net Worth report.

Usually its $0.01 or -$0.01 and I presume it is a rounding difference somewhere in gain calculations. But I have another account that was stock options for a private company that shows -$17k and change. If I turn disable showing unrealized gains, this correctly goes to $0, but the others are further off and the report isn't useful anymore anyway.

Ive spent hours trying to find all the places where Quicken is confused with little success. It would be nice to fix those, but ultimately if I could just get the net worth report to work I could keep ignoring them.
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  • Jim_Harman
    Jim_Harman SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    You can exclude those accounts from the net worth report but that will not fix your net worth history
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