John Ralls | 24 Apr 16:11 2014
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Re: Trust Accounting Report


On Apr 23, 2014, at 8:09 PM, Mark Phillips <mark <at> phillipsmarketing.biz> wrote:

> John,
> 
> Would you be willing to share a sample of what you use? The forms I attached to the email do not make a lot of
sense to me. I am neither an accountant nor an attorney. I understand income statements and balance
sheets. This trust accounting seems like hocus pocus to me!

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Then you need to hire  an attorney to teach you how to do it. This is serious stuff and you can get in a lot of
trouble if you screw it up. 

The spreadsheet I wrote is specific to the jurisdiction with which I must file and isn't likely to be of much
help to you for yours, especially if you don't understand what your jurisdiction requires.

Regards,
John Ralls

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Brian | 24 Apr 13:41 2014
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Accounting for customer payments through personal checking

I use a free online service that allows customers to pay with their debit
card, but this service is linked to my personal checking account. As I get
money in my personal checking through this service, I will periodically
initiate a transfer to my business checking, but it is not an immediate
transfer. How do I account for this in my business books, without making it
look like I'm just contributing endless amounts of my own money to the
business (i.e. through an Owner Contributions equity account)?

Thanks!
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Chris Henderson | 24 Apr 09:53 2014
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Stock price appreciation breakdown

How can I see what percentage of a stock's price appreciation comes from
Dividend reinvestment and what percentage comes from stock price going up.

Thanks.
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Jamestk | 23 Apr 18:15 2014
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Similar GNU cash program needed

Hello folks,

Due to some ongoing problems I have decided to explore the possibility of
migrating to another software package.

It doesn't have to be free but I would prefer a local install rather than
cloud based if possible.

Requirements are:

# Basic data entry and reconciliation for current accounts.

# As above but with savings accounts.

# Mortgage tracking

# Stocks and shares reconciliation (only need basics, no data download ect.)

# Customisable reports 

And lastly, the ability to import data from GNU cash

So far, I have been unable to find anything that matches this criteria which
is a surprise. I am wondering would it be quicker to knock up something in
Access, or perhaps pay for a basic program?

Ideas welcome. 

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Mark Phillips | 23 Apr 18:04 2014

Trust Accounting Report

I need to generate a Trust Accounting report for the trust I manage for my
Mom's estate. I have attached a sample copy - if it does not come through
you can find it at
http://www.aicpa.org/InterestAreas/Tax/Resources/TrustEstateandGift/ToolsandAids/DownloadableDocuments/Chapter_8_-_SAMPLE_FORMAL_ACCOUNTING.pdf

Has anyone created such a report for gnucash, and if so, would you be
willing to share it? I am using gnucash 2.6.3. I have 16 months of data -
the annual transaction report is 107 pages. I really don't want to retype
all that data into a spreadsheet!

Are there any report gurus out there who would be able to generate this
report format for a modes fee?

Thanks,

Mark
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Mike Evans | 23 Apr 11:47 2014
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PDF filenames for reports

When exporting invoices etc. to pdf to the file names are of the form Invoice-000141-23_04_14.pdf.  I want
to change this to either; have the date format follow the format set in Preferences (I think it should
anyway), or get rid of the date altogether.  I've tried using dconf-editor (fedora) but I can't find the key
to edit this setting.  It was editable under the old settings regime using gconf-editor and the same key
should be available in gsettings but it doesn't appear to be.

Any ideas?  Is this a bug/feature?

Mike E

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Jim Tippett | 23 Apr 02:53 2014
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GnuCash Start Date

Dear Sir/Madam,

I have recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 and GnuCash 2.6.1.   I am unable to
set an absolute start date (under edit/preferences/accounting period).
Keeps defaulting to 01/01/70,  No problems setting absolute end date.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Jim Tippett
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datavet | 22 Apr 18:28 2014
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Can I Export Single Account to XML for Import into Another Program?

Hello!

I have searched high and low for the answer to this question, but have been
unsuccessful.

I need to import transactions from a single GnuCash account into Quicken.  I
would like to use XML and transform the XML into QIF. I can do this for all
of my GnuCash data, but have been unable to figure out how to do this for
one account. 

Has anyone been able to accomplish this? Or perhaps there is a better way?
The transactions contain many splits, and this has been a significant
confounder for a successful import into Quicken.

Thank you!

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Cristiano Lancerotto | 22 Apr 14:36 2014
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Problems in Reports (GnuCash 2.6.3 166cbb7 on Windows 8.1)

Dear all,

I have just installed the new versione, and I cannot see the charts in
reports!
I have tried everything, with many types of reports... I can see tables
with data, but instead of a chart I see nothing... white space!

Thank you for help.

Cristiano
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MICHAEL DORAN | 22 Apr 08:06 2014

Online stock price updates on the Australian stock exchange


Hi,
I Have just found gnu cash and it looks impressive. I am using the programme to do my personal accounts as well
as doing my superannuation investments.

I have set up the accounts ands now wish to activate the online up dates of my shares ( Stocks) but I need help!

It looks a little daunting to the uninitiated.

Thanks,

Mike Doran

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Michael Iles | 22 Apr 20:22 2014
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Reports Over Time?

I'm looking for a report that shows account balances over time, e.g.
like the 'Balance Sheet' report but with an option to show the
balances monthly, quarterly, etc.

Maybe I'm blind but I can't seem to find it. The 'Average Balance'
report has 'start date', 'end date', 'step size' options, which is
what I want, but 'Balance Sheet' doesn't have these options.

Is it possible to add the 'step size' option to the 'Balance Sheet' report?

Thanks,
Mike
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