Journey Updates October 25 2018

Support for Great-West and BMO adviceDirect, and Adjusted cost base (ACB) calculation

We are excited to announce the release of the latest version of Wealthica.

This new release adds support for importing data from Great-West GRS and BMO adviceDirect, and fixes an outstanding issue that would prevent realized gains from being properly calculated. All transactions that did not have their realized gain set were reprocessed using the new Adjusted cost base (ACB) method.

Update to Realized Gains Report Coming…

We are working on an updated Realized Gains report that will be available for the upcoming tax season. The new report will provide details on the Adjusted cost base (ACB) of your holdings, and how the cost base was calculated when calculating the realized gain on your sell transactions.

v0.84.0 “Bohemian Rhapsody”

– Complete overhaul of transactions realized gains calculation. This new implementation uses the standard Adjusted cost base (ACB) method when calculating realized gains.
– Added support for Great-West Group Retirement (GRS) and BMO adviceDirect
– Fixed an issue with transactions securities not being properly resolved when importing past transactions.
– Various other bug fixes and improvements, including bug fixes to TD WebBroker, National Bank, Desjardins Disnat and VMD, Sun Life, QTrade and Industrial Alliance.

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