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Quicken Premier includes a feature called Buy/Sell Preview, which offers a quick and easy way to see the impact of a securities purchase or sale on your finances including your taxes. Choose Investing | Buy/Sell Preview. In the top half of the Buy/Sell Preview window that appears, enter information about the proposed purchase or sale. Quicken automatically enters the most recent price information for a security you own or watch, but you can override that amount if necessary. When you re finished setting options, click Calculate. Quicken displays its results in the bottom half of the window. Here are two examples one for a purchase and the other for a sale:
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The Buy/Sell Preview feature works with Quicken s Tax Planner, which I discuss in 20, to calculate the net effect of a sale on your expected tax bill or refund. You can find this information in the window for a sale calculation.
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Quicken s Capital Gains Estimator enables you to estimate capital gains or losses and their related tax implications before you sell a security. The information it provides can help you make an informed decision about which security to sell.
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Choose Investing | Capital Gains Estimator. The Capital Gains Estimator s welcome window appears. Start by reading the information in the right side of the window. It explains what the Capital Gains Estimator does and offers links for learning more about specific terms and topics. Then click each of the links in the left side of the window, in turn, to step through the process of setting up the Capital Gains Estimator for your situation. You ll be prompted to name and choose a scenario, select taxable investment accounts to include, set your tax rate, and enter capital loss carryover information. When you enter complete and accurate information, Quicken can provide a more accurate indication of tax impacts.
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Deciding What to Sell
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Quicken Premier users can tap into a feature in the Capital Gains Estimator that enables Quicken to help you decide which securities to sell. Follow instructions in the What Should I Sell screen to tell Quicken your goals for the sale, and click the Search button at the bottom of the window. A dialog appears while Quicken makes complex calculations to meet your goals. When it s finished, you can click the Show Results button in the dialog to display a scenario with Quicken s recommendation and the results (see Figure 12-7).
Manually Adding Proposed Sales
If you prefer, you can manually indicate proposed sales in the Scenario window (refer to Figure 12-7). The Step 1 area shows all the securities you hold in the
Figure 12-7 Quicken displays its recommendations as a scenario.
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accounts you selected during the setup process. You can add a proposed sale in two ways:
Double-click the name of the security you want to sell. Then enter the number of shares and sales price in the Add To Scenario dialog that appears (shown here) and click OK. If you have multiple purchase lots for the security, this automatically sells the oldest lots first. If necessary, click the plus sign ( ) to the left of the security that you want to sell to display the purchase lots. Then click the lot you want to sell. This enables you to specify exactly which lots are to be sold in the Proposed Sales area.
No matter which method you use, the sale is added to the Step 2 area of the window, which lists all of the proposed sales (see Figure 12-7). To adjust the number of shares to be sold, click in the Shares To Sell field for the proposed sale (in the Step 2 area) and enter a new value. The value you enter must be less than or equal to the number of shares purchased in that lot. You can set up proposed sales for up to three scenarios just click the Scenario link on the left side of the window to see and set that scenario s options. You can mix and match any sales you like to reach your goal.
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