[GNC] How do you add 401K data from QFX File?

David Carlson david.carlson.417 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 5 17:40:11 EDT 2021

R C,

Have you read the help manual chapter on Investments?  Your screenshots do
not show everything, but from what is visible I can offer a couple of

I am not sure what the account named Market Index is supposed to
represent.  If it is intended to represent a real mutual fund it is
remarkable that it has the value shown.  If it is an attempt to show the
market value of the mutual fund, that is not needed.  You should use the
Price Database to store prices which you can download from the Internet.
Then there are some investment reports which can show the value on given

Second, if your dividends and earnings entry represents a re-investment in
additional shares, there should not be an offsetting sale of shares, but
instead consist of a dividend income amount to offset the cost of the
shares purchased.

On Sun, Sep 5, 2021 at 3:51 PM R C <myplaybsemail at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have my data in a .qfx file and I'm having a hard time getting it to show
> correctly in the app.  Going through the wizard, it asks for an Investment
> account, then a Stock account for security.  It gets in and its all wrong.
> I delete all the entries and try to import again.  This time most of the
> data is correct but it seems like its in the wrong place.
> [image: Screenshot from 2021-09-05 16-06-52.png]
> [image: Screenshot from 2021-09-05 16-07-49.png]
> And how would I account for "market value change"?
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