You receive this message from your broker with a list of accounts, dates and dividends: "Cost Basis Adjusted. No Action Required. The following accounts' cost basis was adjusted due to an action such as return of capital." The notice may say "no … [Read more...]
Why does the dividend looks like a loss in PortfolioCenter?
[dropcap style="2" size="3"]Q.[/dropcap] We have a number of portfolios that hold a stock that awarded a dividend of $5.06 per share. The price of the stock at the time was $20.00 per share. On some reports in Schwab PortfolioCenter, it appears … [Read more...]
Understanding income types in PortfolioCenter
Most brokers download the correct income type into PortfolioCenter; normally, you should not need to change the income type. Here's a simplified definition of the income types you typically see with equity and mutual fund positions. Dividend: … [Read more...]
4 Reasons income on a PortfolioCenter performance report may not match the Income Report
[dropcap style="light"]Q. [/dropcap]I ran a the Portfolio Performance Review for the last calendar year and the Income Report for the same year on the same portfolio. The total income on the performance report does not match the total income on the … [Read more...]
Why don’t long term gains appear on the Income Report in PortfolioCenter?
[dropcap style="light"]Q. [/dropcap]None of the Long Term Gains in a portfolio appear on the PortfolioCenter Income report. Am I doing something wrong? [dropcap style="light"]A. [/dropcap]You are doing nothing wrong. Schwab Performance … [Read more...]