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I did not import from Quicken Essentials but started it off like a new account. Almost every account is still incorrect.
I have to either log into each account and update Excel or go back and forth to Quicken Essentials. This is not just a few dollars off in Quicken it is off by thousands of dollars.
I even spent time on a chat with Quicken and they cannot figure it out. So I guess anyone if you paid for Quicken will be out of money for a program that cannot work correctly.
Last night I figured I would give quicken one last shot. This program is a total waste of time. Not one of my accounts balance.
My credit cards, checking, savings, brokerage , and IRA not one has the correct balance. All were linked through quicken as a new account. I upgraded from Quicken and have the same problem.
Sometimes it matches my accounts from Update and sometimes it registers brand new accounts instead of recognizing the existing ones.
So far Quicken has given me nothing but headaches. I have a savings account that I reconcile every month. I'm having the same problem. Where the figures are coming from I have no idea.
What is the point of this software if it cannot import correct balances and transactions from user's accounts? I didn't take too well to college accounting classes but think I could do a better job.
How about being able to manually enter a starting balance and date for each account and then downloading transactions from that date going forward?
Quicken seems to have downloaded only a portion of the transaction history UBS is showing me. Perhaps that's part of the discrepancy. That said, it's not the only part because one of the UBS accounts had a bunch of Sold transactions in July of this year that aren't showing in Quicken.
Is there any practical hope? For example, is there any way to baseline the data to say today, where Quicken picks up the current list of holdings and I manually ensure cash balances are correct so I can carry on from there albeit probably without Basis values?
You are correct, it is using Direct Connect. All of this makes me ask: Are there not hundreds or thousands of Quicken users who get data from UBS?
Did all of them really have to go through the tedious, untenable to me process described above? If not, then what's the alternative? If there isn't an alternative, then I guess I'll initiate a refund request I'm still within the first 60 days.
Jim Harman , SuperUser 24, Points. You have a couple of choices for synching a new Quicken account with downloaded transactions from an existing account.
Probably the easiest way would be to pick a starting date not too long ago, perhaps Jan 1 of the current year or the date of your last statement.
This will depend on how much history you want to get, how many transactions you have, and how far back your financial institution goes with downloaded transactions.
I just "sold" the one and "bought" the other and that caused the discrepancy. So just now I deleted the sold and bought entries and the two amounts were the same again.
I then tried to do a Corporate Acquisition Share to share as was suggested on another site I have Vanguard too.
Here is what I found To switch to Vanguard Admiral I have several you should use Corporate Acquisition or the new Mutual Fund Conversion and you have to manually calculate how many new shares you got for each ONE old share.
Took me 3 times to notice that part. So you may have to do some dividing on paper first. Don't worry if the price per share comes out fractionally different.
Just be sure the of shares and cost is accurate. Most of my conversions to Admiral were for all the same of shares.
So I just changed the name and symbol. One fund was so close I just did an adjustment and removed.