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Earnings figures differ
This is a really good article explaining some of the reasons you need to understand the data you use for stock selection. http://www.wsj.com/articles/why-companies-results-may-vary-1429867803 Mark Eckman
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Delisting
Some of you have owned shares of stocks in your investment clubs that have been "Delisted".A This doesn't mean the company is bankrupt, but may mean you should be concerned.A Here's a good discussion of what delisting is: What Happens When My Stock Gets Delisted? ...
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It's Earnings Season!
Our friends at Manifest Investing shared this and I thought many of you would enjoy it also: a€‹ Laurie Frederiksen Invest with your friends! www.bivio.com Become our Facebook friend! A www.facebook.com/bivio Follow us on twitter!A A www.twitter.com/bivio Follow Us on Google+ Click here to A ...
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Summing Up Your Dividends
As we've been discussing recently,A you can output many of the bivio reports directly to a spreadsheet.A Jay and some of the others of you had an interest in being able to use that capability to sum up all the dividends they had received from ...
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SPREADSHEET
Some, but not all, the Bivio reports can be downloaded to a spreadsheet. Would be nice if all could be downloaded. Thx Jay
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Ohio State filing similar to 1065?
If Investment club is registered in Ohio, do they have to file for Ohio state tax? is there any form similar to federal 1065 for Ohio? If yes can you point link to form number and download site? Thanks
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Cost basis and commission
The IRS does not determine cost basis. The broker reports it based on tax law. They do not always do it correctly so there is a column on IRS Form 8949 for adjustments when necessary. Cost is the price of buying stock including commissions and ...
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Cost basis and commission
I am just wondering how Bivio and the IRS determines cost basis with the brokerage commission when buying and selling stocks. Is the commission amount part of the cost basis when you buy a stock, and when you sell is the commission deducted from any ...
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Do It Yourselfers
I suspect there are many in this crowd who, like me, consider themselves do-it-yourselfers.A After all,A that's what bivio is.A A program you can use for do-it-yourself investment club accounting and tax preparation. Anybody have any thoughts on the Etsy IPO?A Do you buy or ...
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Thanking Your Club Treasurer
Just saw this link on one of my Accounting blogs.A Looks like some great gift ideas here if you want to show your club treasurer how much you appreciate them! Tax Season Survivor Laurie Frederiksen Invest with your friends! www.bivio.com Become our Facebook friend! A ...
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NJ TAX FILING
A I am in NJ and have more than 10 members Is every one finding filing online difficult? Russ
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Saving Club Records
Our Club incorporated in 1994 and we have all tax records since the beginning. We need to purge some of our other records. I keep a file for Monthly Reports, Attendance and Deposits (Payments) TDAmeritrade Statements and Taxes. How long is it necessary for us ...
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Registering an investment club in Michigan
Is a general partnership investment club required to register as a business in Michigan?
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k-1/withdrawal distributions
It was a partial wd. There is a figure in 19a and 19c. On Thursday 26/03/2015 at 6:28 pm, ira smilovitz wrote: Was it a partial withdrawal or a full withdrawal? BTW, the entry should be in 19A, not 19C. Ira Smilovitz On Thu, Mar ...
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k-1/withdrawal distributions
Can someone explain why the K1 of a member who withdrew funds shows distributions 19C (other property) as the club's cost basis and not the member's cost basis?
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