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General Discussion / Re: Mareket Value of Treasury Bills
« Last post by Forum Administrator on January 11, 2018, 04:56:44 PM »
Roy, we do not have any automatic pricing source for US Treasury bills, might be easiest to simply track those at $1.00 maturity value...

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General Discussion / Market Value of Treasury Bills
« Last post by roy on January 11, 2018, 04:31:16 PM »
Is there a way IAM can look up the market value of Treasury Bills?
Announcements / New Investment Account Manager v3.1.0 Professional Now Available
« Last post by Matt Willms on January 10, 2018, 08:04:25 AM »
We've recently released a major upgrade to our award winning Investment Account Manager Professional portfolio management software program.  This new version includes more comprehensive and robust features, and we're confident you'll be impressed. 

Also, our prospective customers have suggested to us that the 30 day free trial period to learn and use the IAM3 Professional should be extended.  We thank those demo users who suggested this to us, and wanted to let you know we have indeed extended the free trial period - now to 60 days!

If you are still searching for a portfolio management software program for use with clients, family offices, foundations, or other professional purposes, select the link below to download our latest version.
General Discussion / Re: Questions for IAM Professional?
« Last post by Matt Willms on January 10, 2018, 07:52:05 AM »
Hi Randy:

You are welcome to email us directly at, or give us a call at 800-247-6354. 

Thanks, Matt
General Discussion / Questions for IAM Professional?
« Last post by RandyWall on January 09, 2018, 03:08:37 PM »
How do I ask questions regarding the professional version of IAM V3?
Announcements / IAMv3 Update: 3.1.0 Now Available
« Last post by Matt Willms on December 18, 2017, 01:13:26 PM »
Investment Account Manager v3 Individual - Maintenance Releases 3.1.0 Now Available

Use the choice 'Check For Updates' located on the IAMv3 Individual Version Menu Bar to automatically verify you are currently running the latest version of Investment Account Manager v3 Individual. You will be notified as to whether or not you have the current version. If not, you will be prompted to download the latest file.

Note: if this choice is inactive in your copy of Investment Account Manager, this indicates your support period has expired. To extend technical support for an additional year, renew thru our website Products page:

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Click here for a listing of improvements/changes/corrections included in IAMv3.1.0:
Suggestions / Re: Asset Allocation Reporting
« Last post by Matt Willms on November 13, 2017, 01:36:12 PM »

We already offer a 'stock size' allocation as you are requesting for level 2.  That is, when you are on the home page | level 2 allocation tab, you'll notice the add'l tab for sector/size allocations.  You can then use the radio button to choose the view by either sector, or size. You can also review these from the reports menu | level 2 allocation reports.

Our soon to be released new Professional v3 offers the ability for developed and emerging markets.

Hope this helps.  If you have add'l questions, please contact our support team directly at:

Suggestions / Asset Allocation Reporting
« Last post by djschultz on November 11, 2017, 10:27:17 AM »
I like the addition of Level 2 asset allocation reporting and the detail it provides.  To better manage the stock allocations, however, add a "Level 3" asset allocation report, using the portfolio allocation breakdowns to show Large, Mid, and Small cap stock allocations.  In addition, a breakdown of International stock allocations between Developed and Emerging Markets would be helpful.
Transactions / Re: correction of 401(k) over-witholding
« Last post by Matt Willms on November 09, 2017, 09:10:05 AM »
We don't have any such transaction entry...but you can use the sale activity since this is in a non taxable 401k, so the gains/losses are not relevant.  Or, perhaps more easily, you could simply delete the original activity, and re-enter correctly.

If you have add'l questions, please let us know.

Transactions / correction of 401(k) over-witholding
« Last post by ksakers on November 05, 2017, 10:10:10 AM »
My 401(k) provider exceeded the cap on my annual contributions.  To correct this, they issued a “negative adjustment” for the amount of the overage.  However, the number of shares removed is at a share price that is different than the price at which the shares were originally purchased.  Therefore, I cannot just modify the original transaction for a purchase of fewer shares, because it will result in a different number of total shares than what is actually in the account, producing a tracking error.  I think that a separate, additional transaction is needed, similar to a sale, but non-taxable.  A Return of Capital does not seem to adjust the share count.

Is this the right approach?  If so, what type of transaction can I use to deduct shares from the account at a specified price, like a sale but non-taxable?
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