warlord at MIT.EDU
Mon Aug 30 08:37:53 EDT 2004
CVS HEAD should (mostly) auto-track the cap gains for you, tying
'buys' and 'sells' together into lots and computing your actual cap
gains that way.
David Grant <david.grant at telus.net> writes:
> I was wondering if there is any way to track capital gains for a
> mutual fund account in Gnucash? I don't really see how it can be done
> at present.
> I saw some discussion a while back,
> but I'm not sure about its status.
> I have gnucash fetched from CVS and I'd like to help, although I don't
> know if I have all the skills necessary to help much.
> If there are any accounting tricks or workarounds that anyone would
> like to share, that would be cool. And by the way, I'm talking about
> capital gains when you don't see the whole item or mutual fund or
> stock, whatever. Like when you buy a mutual fund at many different
> prices, then sell only part of it at some given price.
> David J. Grant
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