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Re: Question about 401(k) balances being negative I'm not sure we have enough information to fully figure out the settings that may or may not be correct. In AM, the type of account really doesn't matter I
David Polister
4:03 PM
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Question about 401(k) balances being negative I wrote directly to MechCAD. They have ignored it for three-plus days, so I'll see if anyone here can answer. I went to download 401(k) information from
inquirer1955
2:07 PM
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15668
new subject I wonder if any other members have hadproblems since LloydsTSB was chamged over to just TSB. Before the change I could just click the bank button in AM and get
Malcolm
6:43 AM
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Re: How to secure unwanted access Tools | Options | Password button
ju_wills
4:23 AM
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How to secure unwanted access Is there any way to lock access to account. I mean, I have acemoney installed on my laptop but anyone can just open the acemoney program and get details about
avinash.subba
4:16 AM
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15665
Re: Splitting into two files Yes its better. Quick and dirty. It's easier to clean up in Excel, though. Plus you've got the basis then for some good analysis and reporting. Best regards,
Peter Cape
Apr 23
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Re: Splitting into two files I'd shorten it a lot. Assuming you're starting with a file that has a mixture of (say) personal and business accounts, I would: In the file manager, make a
ju_wills
Apr 23
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Re: Splitting into two files Well this is how I'd go for this one, in six steps: export from 'old' file, split, clean up, create two new files, import, clean up. 1. I'd export the date
Peter Cape
Apr 22
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Re: Gbp shares The option you're looking for will be in the entry for each stock you follow. Not an account option. So look at the stock properties ams you'll see that
David Polister
Apr 21
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Re: Separate Files The entire forum is online. Google is a wonderful search tool :o)
ju_wills
Apr 21
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Re: Gbp shares I am in the investment account for Gbp shares. I only see the following fields: Currency - British pound (GBP) Balance limit - 0 Annual percentage rate: 0.0000
Benjamin
Apr 21
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Re: Split Accounts I have managed to get back to the thread. (I have posted a thank you under a new thread)  My apologies for the delay in doing so. Thanks everyone for all your
Edward Walker
Apr 21
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Re: Other Finace Software I would not recommend onine, and for the reasons already given. Furthermore, I do not store account codes in Acemoney but keep this separately. Best wishes,
Peter Cape
Apr 21
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Separate Files Hi A week or two back I asked a ? on how to create separate files in AM and I got some very useful and helpful replies. I have unfortunately deleted the thread
eddietheonee
Apr 21
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Re: Other Finace Software Last time I looked, Mint was only available in the US and Canada anyway.
ju_wills
Apr 18
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15655
Re: Other Finace Software online ? can't beat offline ... Offline always works, even if you (temporarily) don't have a internet connection. If the websites goes broke, offline or
tsjarliebq
Apr 18
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Re: Other Finace Software I agree, and even voted for AceMoney in a Lifehacker poll, but Mint ended-up winning
gewf631
Apr 18
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Re: Other Finace Software Let me try this again... http://lifehacker.com/5828438/five-best-desktop-personal-finance-tools/1563977920/+alanhenryhttp://
gewf631
Apr 18
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Re: Gbp shares In the properties for an Investment account, there is an option to "Divide downloaded quote by 100".
gambit47
Apr 15
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Re: How to enter tranactions In my scenarios, the bank statement and the AM transaction would match ($700). The table is worth $800, so you are buying it at its full worth with an extra
gambit47
Apr 15
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Re: downloaded word (.doc) documents' format automatically changed t If you're using office 2003 it isn't compatible with docx unless there was a compatability pack released for it. I don't recall. Docx was office 2010 and
David Polister
Apr 15
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Re: downloaded word (.doc) documents' format automatically changed t If you're using Win7, from the Start Menu, choose Default Programs. There are several different ways to do things from there (either start from the file
ju_wills
Apr 15
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Re: downloaded word (.doc) documents' format automatically changed t You are quite right-sorry, so much on my mind, I sometimes forget small but important details. The file extension of these three files is.docx. Two are in
aussie59au
Apr 15
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Re: downloaded word (.doc) documents' format automatically changed t I tried this--along with some of the other selections available when the dialog comes up. No such luck.
aussie59au
Apr 15
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Re: downloaded word (.doc) documents' format automatically changed t If the file has a doc (or docx) extension, right cick on the file in file explorer and on the menu that opens find "open with". Click on this and navigate to
Petr Hrasky
Apr 15
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Re: downloaded word (.doc) documents' format automatically changed t The obvious question is what file extension do those files have?
ju_wills
Apr 15
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Re: Mortgage interest calculation issue All this begs the question: What formula does AM use to calculate interest? Eric
ericvinet1
Apr 14
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Gbp shares I recently deposited some Gbp shares into my securities account. Acemoney is reflecting it as Gbp1300 pee share whereas it should be Gbp13.00 or 1300 pence per
Benjamin
Apr 14
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Re: How to enter tranactions I think I would have handled the voucher as follows. 1. Categorised the voucher as Capital Equipment and a deposit. 2. Enter the cheque as you suggest - $700
llanfair
Apr 14
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downloaded word (.doc) documents' format automatically changed to AM Hello again, all. Hope all are well. I am going through the difficulties (trauma?) of a combined hardware & software overhaul (retiring quite old equipment,
aussie59au
Apr 14
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