Odd arithmetic in ledger

Thomas Baumgart thb at net-bembel.de
Mon Sep 30 20:02:43 BST 2019


On Freitag, 27. September 2019 18:54:31 CEST Jack wrote:

> During my last reconciliation, I just couldn't get things to match  
> compeltely, and I finally found the problem.  I have two deposit  
> transactions in a row, where the first one seems to add one cent too  
> much to the balance, and the next one adds one cent too little.  If the  
> first of them wasn't the last transaction in the problem  
> reconciliation, I probably never would have noticed.  These are in a  
> brokerage account: the first is an interest transaction, so there is no  
> rounding done at all.  The second is a dividend transaction, so there  
> is also no rounding done.  I'm attaching a screen shot, just to show  
> I'm not making this up (for a while, I thought I might be.)  Can anyone  
> think of any possible reason for this behavior?  All accounts involved  
> are in US dollars only, so there is not currency conversion going on.

Can you try to find the transactions in your XML file and figure out what is going on or send them to me via PM? Seems that they carry the information needed.

> Thanks for any hints.



Thomas Baumgart

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