Detailed Instructions |Form 8949 Capital Gain & Wash Sales calculator software

Inc-Income(Div, Int, etc)


Why do we record the income?

  • You can achieve better control over your finances. The more TradeMax is aware about the money you have coming in, the more accurately TradeMax can estimate what you’ll have left.
  • You can save time. TradeMax remembers the details of the deposits and other incomes that you add here so you don’t need to reenter all of the same information each month.
  • You can get valuable tax information.

Just follow the step-by-step instructions to get a better handle over your trades.

  1. Select the records you want to append.
  2. Right-click on the record and select Event Append in the context menu, then choose Inc-Income from its dropdown list.
  3. A dialog box will pop up:
  4. Type the infomation into the box.
    • Select the Transaction Date with you mouse or enter with you keyboard
    • Account is the account to which the selected record belongs .
    • Security Name is the name of the security you have selected. You can select security name from the dropdown list. If the security name dosen’t exist in the dropdown list, you can selectto add a new one through editing the dialog box.Learn more about: Symbol box parameter
    • Manually enter the amount for Dividend, Interest, Short-term cap gain dist( Short-term capital gain distribution), Long-term cap gain dist( Long-term capital gain distribution), Miscellaneous,etc. Or you can leave some of them blank .
  5. After checking the information, click OK to continue the process. You will see the following grid:The record has been split into several records.
  6. You can cancel this action with the Undo Button in the trade tab.

Reinvest-Income Reinvested


Why do we append reinvested income?

  • It helps to expand an individual investor’s portfolio,
  • It enables the investor to cross-reinvest income from any other investment

The following wizard will show you how to record purchases of additional shares of a security with money paid to you by that security as Dividend or Interest income or Captial Gains Distribution(short-or long-term).

  1. Select the record to which you want to append the reinvested transaction

    Learn more about: How to select trade records.

  2. Right-click on the selected record and select the Event Append in the context menu, then choose Reinvest-Income Reinvested) in the dropdown menu
  3. A dialog box will pop up:
  4. Type the information into the box:
  • Select the Transaction Date with your mouse or enter the same using your keyboard

  • Account is the account to which the selected record belongs .
  • Security Name is the name of the security you have selected. You can select security name from the dropdown list. If the security name dosen’t exist in the dropdown list, you can selectto add a new one through editing the dialog box.Learn more about: Symbol box parameter
  • Manually enter the amounts for Dividend, Interest, Short-term cap gain dist( Short-term capital gain distribution), Long-term cap gain dist( Long-term capital gain distribution) Miscellaneous and the shares of security . Or you can leave some of them blank .
  • After checking the information, click the OK to continue the process. You will see the following grid:TradeMax splits the record to several records.
    • Symbol ID104 is the original trade record.
    • Symbol ID 206 shows the Reinvested Long term capital gains of 50 shares of ACS1 is $15
    • Symbol ID 205 shows the Reinvested short term capital gains of 50 shares of ACS1 is $10
    • Symbol ID 204 shows the Reinvested Interest of 50 shares of ACS1 is $8
    • Symbol ID 203 shows the Reinvested Dividend of 50 shares of ACS1 is $10
  • You can cancel this action with the Undo Button in the trade tab.
  • Shares Added to Account


    Why do we add shares to an account?
    There are times when you want to add shares of a security from an account without affecting your cash balance. For example, you may inherit shares or receive them as a gift. These transactions are different from Buys, and TradeMax provides you with such a function to better manage your portfolio.

    • The cost per share for inherited shares is generally the value of the shares on the date that the deceased died or on an alternative valuation date. When you receive the inherited shares, record the cost per share on that date
    • The cost per share for gift shares depends on the value of the shares on the date of the gift and the price that the giver paid for the shares, as well as your sale price if you sell the shares.

    Follow the step-by-step wizard to add shares to the account.

    1. Select the record to which you want to add the shares.

      Learn more about: How to select trade records.

    2. Right-click on the selected record and select the Event Append in the context menu, then choose Shares Added to Account in the dropdown list
    3. A dialog box will pop up:
    4. Type the information into the box:
      • There are two kinds of transactions in the dropdown list: Shares Added to Account and Shares Removed from Account. The default Transaction depends on your location in previous step
      • Select the Transaction Date with your mouse or enter using your keyboard

      • Account is the account to which the selected record belongs .
      • Security Name is the name of the security you have selected. You can select security name from the dropdown list. If the security name diosen’t exist in the dropdown list, you can selectto add a new one through editing the dialog box.Learn more about: Symbol box parameter
      • Enter the number of shares you’re adding.
      • In Notes field, you can enter a description or leave it blank.
    5. After checking the information, click the OK button to continue the process. You will see the following grid:As you see from the picture, the new record is generated automatically.
    6. You can cancel this action with the Undo Button in the trade tab.

    Shares Removed from Account


    Why do we remove shares from account?
    There are times when you want to remove shares of a security from an account without affecting your cash balance. For example, if the security has been privatized, these transactions are different from Sells, and TradeMax provides you with such a function to better manage your portfolio .

    Follow the step-by-step wizard to remove shares from the account.

    1. Select the record from which you want to remove the shares.

      Learn more about: How to select trade records.

    2. Right-click on the selected record and select the Event Append in the context menu, then choose Shares Removed from Account from the dropdown list
    3. A dialog box will pop up:
    4. Type the information into the box:
      • There are two kinds of transaction in the dropdown list: Shares Added to Account and Shares Removed from Account. The default Transaction depends on your location in previous step
      • Select the Transaction Date with your mouse or enter using your keyboard

      • Account is the account to which the selected record belongs .
      • Security Name is the name of the security you have selected. You can select security name from the dropdown list. If the security name dosen’t exist in the dropdown list, you can selectto add a new one through editing the dialog box.Learn more about: Symbol box parameter
      • Enter the number of shares you are removing
      • In Notes field, you can enter a description or leave it blank.
    5. After checking the information, click the OK button to continue the process. You will see the following grid:As you can see from the above picture, the new record is generated automatically.
    6. You can cancel this action with the Undo Button in the trade tab.

    Import Trade Activity Data from Local File


    Option 2: Import Trade Activity Data from Local File

    TradeMax provides you the facility to Import data from more advanced formats which the majority of the brokers use. You can import Quicken, Microsoft Excel(*.xls), or Text files(*.csv,*.txt) etc. These transactions can later be managed from your desktop.

    The importing process is also a profile setting up process. It provides you with a wizard to filter the useful trade data, match the data, and then generate a TradeMax data format for the following tax calculation purpose.

    Note:

    1. The file could have any one of the following type extensions: *.csv, *.txt, *.xls, *.qif, *ofx, *.qfx, *tdf,*.tlf
    2. You can Undo or Redo the importing action by Click the icon in the Quick Access Toolbar

    Trade Import Process

    If you have created a new brokerage account and located a compatible trade history report from the online broker’s web site, the next step is to import trades into TradeMax.

    The import function is available under the Account List: Right-click the account which you want to import your data and select the Import Trade.

    Then the Select Import File And Profile dialog box will popup. TradeMax provides you with a step-by-step wizard to guide you through the rest of the process.

    Step 1: Select import trade data source

    There are four options for you choose to import your data.

    Option 1 Import Trades from Brokerage Account (If you want to download trades from online brokerage account, select this option) please check Supported Brokers List .

    Option 2 Import Trade Activity Data from Local File(If you have already downloaded trade data from your Brokerage account, just choose Import Trade Activity Data from Local File Option in Mode field.)

    Column Header Import Type Link
    Excel- Text XLS. TXT.etc From your own computer
    Quicken(*qfx) QFX Log in to Quicken Software to download the data
    Quicken(*qif) QIF Log in to Quicken Software to download the data

    Option 3: Import Realized Gain and Loss Report from Local file (Users can import Gain and loss Report in *.xls format from local file, each record has open and close data, cost amt, proceed amt, please note some Gain&Loss Reports do not have holding position at year end.)

    Option 4: Import Trade data copied from broker Transaction History Report (The users just need to copy the Transaction History report from the web of the specific broker, and paste it to TradeMax during the importing process.)

    The following dialog box is used to select a profile to import the data into TradeMax. You can also create a new profile and save the profile settings and re-use it to import a similar file. In addition, you can edit an existing profile as and when needed.

    Option 2 : If you already have downloaded trade data from your brokerage, just choose Import Trade Activity Data from Local File Option in Mode field.

    Function Description
    Account Select an account to import your data
    Trade Time Range Automatically display the date range of existing trades in the current account
    Mode If you already have a user name and password of the selected account, select I want to connect to ***. I have a *** user name and password.
    If you have trade data in your computer, please select I want to import data from local file.
    If you have realized gains and losses report in your computer, please select I want to Import Realized Gain & Loss Report from Local file.
    If you want to skip the file downloaded process, just select I want to import data copied from broker Transaction History Report.
    Include Baseline If you have already appended baseline position, you will need to select the checkbox and enter your specific tax year or select it with the arrows at the right side

    Click Next to make further changes in the settings.

    Function Description
    1. Profile Name Preset import profiles for importing trade data. With the default profile, you can skip Step 2, Step 4 and Step 5 Profiles Options:1.Broker Profile: ScoreTrade, Interactive Brokers, E*Trade and so on2.File Profile: Quicken Interchange Format(*.QIF), IB TLF(*.TLF), Open Financial Exchange(*.OFX), *.csv, *.txt, *.xls, *.qfx.3.Profile Wizard: Setup a temporary profile or replace it with specific one to setup a new profile which can be re-used to import a similar fileDefault is : Broker Profile like ScoreTrade; Quicken Interchange Format(*.QIF), IB TLF format(*.tlf), Open Financial Exchange(*.OFX)
    2. Sample Data The Sample Data of specific broker will be displayed in this field, if the data file you copied from the broker doesn’t match the required format of corresponding profile, a notification window will pop-up.Note: If the data doesn’t match, you can select Profile Wizard from the droplist of Profile Name to make some changes in the settings.
    3. Short Transacton Detection If this function is activated, whenever TradeMax imports a sell security transaction without holding long position, the trade will be recorded as short.Note: You shouldn’t select Short Transacton Detection if you did not Enter Previous Year Holding Positions or Include the Baseline Position. In this case, TradeMax will assign the close long transaction as an open short transaction
    4.Buy to Cover Long Transaction Detection If your online brokerage accounts allow the conversion of an open, short position to an open, long position with a single buy transaction (and vice versa). You can activate Buy to Cover Long Transaction Detection function to allow TradeMax to make the necessary adjustments during the import process. TradeMax will automatically split up the single “buy” transaction into two – one to close the short position, and another to open up a new long position.
    5. Import File Click File Browser Button to select data file from your computer.

    The aboved dialog box is the default one, but users can choose to import trade data in Profile Wizard, just by clicking the Profile Name in the above dialog box, and then selecting Profile Wizard from its dropdown list, and you can see the following dialog box:

    Function Description
    Profile Preset import profiles for importing trade data. With the default profile, you can skip Step 2, Step 4 and Step 5 Profiles Options:1.Broker Profile: ScoreTrade, Interactive Brokers, E*Trade and so on2.File Profile: Quicken Interchange Format(*.QIF),IB TLF file(*.TLF), Open Financial Exchange(*.OFX), *.csv, *.txt, *.xls, *.qfx.3.Profile Wizard: Setup a temporary profile or replace it with specific one to setup a new profile which can be re-used to import a similar fileDefault is : Broker Profile like ScoreTrade; Quicken Interchange Format(*.QIF), IB Tlf(*.TDF), Open Financial Exchange(*.OFX)
    Type Select TXT or XLS data file.Default is : TXT
    Record Separator A single character or a regular expression, controls the way TradeMax scans the imported data file.TradeMax scans the imported file for character sequences that match the separator. Controls the way TradeMax splits the imported file into records.Options:1.^ : Normally used for QIF files2.Line Feed : Default record separator for most filesDefault is : Line Feed
    Field Separator Controls the way TradeMax splits an input record into fields.Options:1.Most used Separator: Comma, Tab2.Other Separator: Double Quote etc.Default is : Comma
    Text Qualifier Controls the way TradeMax splits an input Field into text. It selects the character that encloses values in your text file.Default is : ‘ and “
    Has Column Header If there is a column header in your imported file, you will need to select the checkbox
    Short Transacton Detection If this function is activated, whenever TradeMax imports a sell before a buy for a symbol with no shares currently open, the trade will be recorded as short.Note: You shouldn’t select Short Transacton Detectionif you did not Enter Previous Year Holding Positions or Include the Baseline Position. In this case, TradeMax will assign the close long transaction as an open short transaction
    Buy to Cover Long Transaction Detection If your online brokerage accounts allow the conversion of an open, short position to an open, long position with a single buy transaction (and vice versa). You can activate Buy to Cover Long Transaction Detection function to allow TradeMax to make the necessary adjustments during the import process. TradeMax will automatically split up the single “buy” transaction into two – one to close the short position, and another to open up a new long position.
    Import File Click File Browser Button to select data file from your computer.
    1. Press the Import file button. Import Trade dialog box opens and from here you can browse and select your desired file.
    2. Select or setup a specific profile
      1. Select a profile
      2. The options from the dropdown list are:
        • Previous user defined or system defined profile, for example, SocreTrade. If you select this option, you skip Step 2, Step 4 and Step 5 of the importing process.
        • You can also setup and save a new profile by entering a new profile name to replace the <Profile Wizard >.
    3. Select Record Separator from the dropdown list.
    4. From the Field Separator dropdown list, scroll through the list to find the exact one according to the imported files.It can be one of the defined separators: Comma, Double Quote, Single Quote, Space and Tab.
    5. You can use the default setting in Text Qualifier and you also can enter the new one according to your imported files.
    6. Select the Has Column Header checkbox according to the files you imported
    7. Click Next to go to the next step.

    Step 2: Map Fields

    1. In this step, you can map your data by assigning or mapping the column header. (With the default profile, this step will be skipped.)
    2. Note:  TradeMax follows the calculation formula: Amount = Price * Quantity + Commission, and so, if your trade data lacks one of these conditions, TradeMax can auto-calculate it in this step.

    3. Click the cell under the Map to Field column and select the right column header to map the data.
      • All Column Headers should match column headers under Map to Field excluding some exceptions.
      • You can assign the column header Currency to the columns refer to Trans Currency.
      • You can assign the column header Description or Note to the columns refer to notes and TradeMax will combine them to the notes column in the data grid.
      • You can also exclude any unused columns by selecting the option Ignore
      • If the currency is displayed in the incorrect form (e.g. HK$) , TradeMax will display a pop up Map Currency dialog box to map your currency
    4. Learn more about Column Header in TradeMax

      Function Description
      Account Your Account Name
      Action Long, Short, Close Long, Close Short , Buy , Sell, etc
      BaseRate The exchange rate got by Original Currency/ Base Currency.
      Commission Trade broker commissions
      CompanyName the company name of specific security
      Expired Date Expired date of option or future.
      Fee Trade broker Fees
      Ignore Exclude the useless column by selecting the option Ignore
      Market Exchange market where you bought the financial product. For instance, NASDAQ.
      Notes Any information of the trade record
      Quantity Number of shares
      Rate Option or future rate. An option has a 100 “Rate” which means an option contract is for 100 shares of the underlying stock.
      Sell Rate The exchange rate of Base Currency / USD Currency. Or directly query the Sell Rate in “Currency Exchange
      Strike Price The strike price of the underlying stock in the option or future
      Symbol Security Ticker Symbol
      Tax Rate The exchange rate Original Currency/ USD Currency.
      TickerInfo Information of symbol ticker
      TickerMatch Match your Ticker automatically or compel matching
      TradeDate Trade date
      TradeTime Trade Time
      Trans Amount Transaction Amount
      Trans Currency Transaction Currency
      Trans Price Transaction Price
      Type Security type. For instance, stocks and mutual funds, options on stocks, Section 1256 Futures, currencies etc.

      Note:

      As the above picture shows, just click the cell under Currency, and select the matched currency to map your currency. If the currency is displayed in the correct form, this step can be skipped.

    5. The scroll bar (below) can be used to scroll down to display more rows in the trade grid.
    6. To verify your previous settings, press the Back button.
    7. Click Next to go to the next step.

    Step 3: Map Actions

    In this step, you can change transaction Action types suggested by TradeMax.

    1. Click on the Action column and select the desired option from the list to match the action listed under ActionName heading.
    2. Function Description
      Long Buy Stock/Option to Open a Long position
      Short Sell Stock/Option to Open a Short position
      Close Long Sell Stock/Option to Close a Long position
      Close Short Buy Stock/Option to Close a Short position
      Expired Expired Option
      Exercised Exercised Option
      Assigned Assigned Option
      Split Stock Split
      Spinoff Stock Spinoff
      Merge Stock Merge
      SharesAdded Shares Added into Account
      SharesRemoved Shares Removed from Account
      DIV Dividend
      IntInc The interest paid in cash
      Misclnc Miscellaneous Income
      ReinvDiv Reinvested Dividend
      ReinvInt Reinvested Interest
      CancelBuy An open buy order is being cancelled and is waiting for a “Cancelled” status
      CreditInterest Interest of Credit
      PeriodicInterest The interest charged on a loan or realized on an investment over a specific period of time
      Journal Represent all areas of money, investment, banking and related disciplines
      CashAdj Cash Adjustment
      IRAReceipt Receipt of IRA
      TaxExemptDiv Tax Exempted Dividend
      StkAdj Stock Adjustment
      Deposit Deposit into your account
      Withdraw Withdraw from your account
      RtrnCap Return of Capital
      MiscExp Miscellaneous Expense
      MargInt Margin Interest
      Buy You need to be sure of every trade action. For example, ONLY IF you can sure that in the data file every BUY is open in a long position, you can select the Long to map with the buy.
      Sell You need to be sure of every trade action. For example. ONLY IF you can be sure that in the data file every Sell is set in sell to short, you can select Short to map with the Sell.
    3. Press the Back button, if you want to change previous settings or click on Next button to go to the next step.

    Step 4: Map Types

    Check your stock type in this step.

    1. From the dropdown list under the Symbol type , you can select the security’s type to match your imported data file.
    2. Click Next to go to next step

    Step 5: Symbol Validation

    Validate your symbol in this step.

    1. Select the Type for each symbol from its dropdown list (Stock is the default type)
      Attention:
      Records can be sorted in ascending or descending order by clicking on any column header.
    2. Enter the Underlying Stock, Strike Price and Expire Date etc (You can skip this step if it is not option or future)Attention: You can manually enter the Expire Date or select from its dropdown calendar.Learn more about: How to select the date.

    3. Merge to is an option which can merge one security into another.Attention:
      • Symbol # represents that option has expired or been cancelled buy, and the function Merge to enable the option or stock mentioned above to merge to normal one automatically.
      • If the symbol type is option, you need to enter the Underlying Stock, Strike Price and Expire Date. If the symbol type is future, you only need to enter Underlying Stock and Expire Date
      Basic Function
      1 To sort by Symbol Name in ascending order, click Symbol Name in the column header once and there will be up-arrow after Symbol Name. To sort in descending order, click Symbol Name twice and there will be a down-arrow after Symbol Name. To cancel the sorting, you can click Symbol Name the third time.
      2

      Merge to is an option which can merge one security into another.

      As picture shows: .AUDBU# in above window is an option which corresponds to .AUDBU.in Scottrade, it merges to .AUDBU automatically. If you want to merge it to another specific option, you can manually enter the name of the specific option OR select from the dropdown list.

      3 Underlying Stock is the stock on which an option is written, giving the option holder the right to buy or sell.
    4. Click Next to go to next step

    Step 6: Trade Record Preview

    In this step, you will have a Trade Record Preview window shows the details of import data. If you scroll down the transaction list, you will see all transactions that TradeMax has concerns about will be highlighted in red and green. You need to validate and correct these Suspected Transactions (red one) before you proceed. In addtion, the Error Trade(s) dialog box will ease your task.

    Basic Function
    1 Trade Record Preview dialog box
    2 Records can be sorted in ascending or descending order by clicking on any column header.Click on the header once to get the up-arrow to show that records be sorted in ascending order.
    3 Click on the header twice to get the down-arrow to show that records be sorted in descending order.
    4 Check Action with the ActionName in the Action column. From its dropdown list to select the right one.
    5 Columns can be resized by the user by positioning the mouse cursor over the line between the columns in the column header row, holding down the left mouse button and dragging the line to the desired location.
    6 If you don’t want to import the trade transaction, you can uncheck the import it check box which locate at the end of the trade record.
    7 Same day transactions.
    8 Red records indicate the incorrect transaction:1) A Sale to Close, a Buy to Cover, and Exercise, Assign, Expire or Journal Out as the first transaction for any symbol; 2) Sequence error; 3) Missing/Inconsistent Data fields by using Qty, Price, Commission, Fees and Rate information.The incorrect transactions will be displayed in the right Error Trade(s) dialog box.
    9 Green records indicate the closed transactions which closed (A Sale to Close, a Buy to Cover ) all your holding open position.
    10 Click it to expand the item.
    11 Click it to collapse the item.
    12 If this function is activated, whenever TradeMax imports a sell before a buy for a symbol with no shares currently open, the trade will be recorded as short.Note: You shouldn’t select Short Transacton Detectionif you did not Enter Previous Year Holding Positions or Include the Baseline Position. In this case, the TradeMax will assign the close long transaction as an open short transaction.
    13 If your online brokerage accounts allow the conversion of an open, short position to an open, long position with a single buy transaction (and vice versa). You can activate Buy to Cover Long Transaction Detection function to allow TradeMax to make the necessary adjustments during the import process. TradeMax will automatically split up the single “buy” transaction into two – one to close the short position, and another to open up a new long position.
    14 Scan the status of transactions in the imported data file and the concerned trades will be highlighted in red or green.
    15 Reconcile the sequence of the transactions on the same day. It can be activated by select the same day transactions.
    16 Select the check box to reverse the same day transctions.
    17 Error Trade(s) dialog box. If there is no error trade, the box will be hidden.
    18 Error trade records. Click it to go to the specific error record in the Trade Record Preview dialogue box.
    19 Unimported Data records. You can select unimported data records and right-click to export unimported data to files.
    1. Click the error trade record to go to the specific error record in the Trade Record Preview dialogue box.
    2. Check the Action and ActionName and select the right one from its dropdown list
    3. Press the Rescan button to rescan errors. If it does have an error, repeat the above two steps to remove the error.
    4. Select the import it column checkbox to import that transaction
    5. Click Finish to complete the whole importing process. You can verify the previous setting by clicking the Back button. In addition, you can also cancel the data importing with the Cancel button.Tips:
      • For a more accurate gain/loss report, we suggest:
        1. Click the TradeDate column header once to show the records to be sorted in ascending order
        2. Check the Action and ActionName transaction by transaction and select the right one from its dropdown list
      • TradeMax can automatically recalculate the missing or inconsistent data fields found in the file to be imported by using Qty, Price, Commission, Fees and Rate information.

    Download Your Data File


    TradeMax provides you a powerful way to import your data file from your hard drive. You should download your data from your online broker or export it from Microsoft Money or Quicken etc.

    1. You can directly download your data from your online broker. The process is:
      1. Log in to your online Broker’s web site and go to the Account History Section.
      2. Find the Data file option (*.txt,*.qif, *.csv,*.xls).
      3. Select a Time Period for your data file (for example, Start “1/1/2008”, End “12/31/2008”).
      4. Click the download button.
      5. Download the file to your hard drive. Save it to “C:\My Documents\TradeMax”.
    2. You can also copy the data file from your online broker’s website. The process is:
      1. Log in to your online Broker’s web site and go to the Account History Section.
      2. Find the Data file option(*.txt,*.qif, *.csv).
      3. Select a Time Period for your data file (for example, Start “1/1/2008”, End “12/31/2008”).
      4. Display the data file
      5. Select and copy the data file just like the Microsoft excel and past it to a NotePad.
      6. Save it to “C:\My Documents\TradeMax”.
    3. Export from an acceptable program like Microsoft Money or Quicken; just follow the program’s HELP. Qif format file ,ofx format file and Excel format are supported by TradeMax.

    Note:

    If your online broker does not support any of the above formats, please contact them asking for the possible data file such as CSV file, a text file (tab delimited) or a QIF file

    Supported Brokers


    TradeMax supports importing data form the following brokers.

    The brokers who support import type OFX server, can get import trade history from online brokerage in a fast and easy manner.

    With the help of TradeMax’s Import Profile Wizard function, you can import csv,excel files with unknown column header.

    Column Header Import Type Link Detail
    Ameritrade OFX Server ,CSV http://www.tdameritrade.com/welcome1.html Click Here
    American Century Investment OFX Server ,CSV https://www.americancentury.com/index.jsp Click Here
    Ameriprise Financial service OFX Server ,CSV http://www.ameriprise.com/default-home.asp Click Here
    Brown Co OFX Server ,CSV https://us.etrade.com/e/t/home Click Here
    Edward Jones OFX Server ,CSV http://www.edwardjones.com/index.html Click Here
    Fidelity Investment OFX Server ,CSV https://www.fidelity.com/ Click Here
    Fidelity Netbenefit OFX Server ,CSV https://www.fidelity.com/ Click Here
    Penson Financial OFX Server ,CSV https://online.penson.com/ Click Here
    Schwab OFX Server ,CSV https://www.schwab.com/ Click Here
    ScotTrade OFX Server ,CSV http://www.scottrade.com/ Click Here
    BOA Investment OFX Server ,CSV www.baisidirect.com Click Here
    E-Trade OFX Server ,CSV https://us.etrade.com/ Click Here
    Harrisdirect OFX Server ,CSV https://www4.harrisbank.com Click Here
    OptionsXpress OFX Server ,CSV http://www.optionsxpress.com/ Click Here
    OppenheimerFunds OFX Server ,CSV http://www.opco.com/ Click Here
    RBC Dain Rauscher OFX Server ,CSV http://www.rbcwm-usa.com Click Here
    Robert W. Baird OFX Server ,CSV http://www.rwbaird.com/ Click Here
    Vanguard OFX Server ,CSV http://www.vanguard.com/ Click Here
    Merrill Lynch OFX Server ,CSV http://www.ml.com/ Click Here
    Morgen Stanley Smith Barney OFX Server ,CSV http://www.morganstanleysmithbarney.com/ Click Here
    Morgen Stanley ClientServ OFX Server ,CSV https://www.morganstanleyclientserv.com/default.aspx? Click Here
    T.Rowe Price OFX Server ,CSV http://corporate.troweprice.com/ Click Here
    UBS OFX Server ,CSV http://www.ubs.com/ Click Here
    USAA OFX Server ,CSV https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_logon/Logon Click Here
    Wells Fargo OFX Server ,CSV https://www.wellsfargo.com/ Click Here
    Wells Fargo Funds OFX Server ,CSV http://www.wellsfargoadvantagefunds.com/ Click Here
    Interactive Broker CSV, TXT, etc https://www.interactivebrokers.com/ Click Here
    Tradestation Security CSV, TXT, etc http://www.tradestation.com Click Here
    TradeKing QFX, CSV , TXT, etc http://www.tradeking.com Click Here
    Assent LLC CSV, TXT, etc http://www.etgtrade.com/ Click Here
    Bank of America CSV, TXT, etc http://www.baisidirect.com/ Click Here
    eRegal Discount Security CSV, TXT, etc http://www.eregal.com/ Click Here
    ETG LLC CSV, TXT, etc http://www.etgtrade.com/ Click Here
    Folio FN CSV, TXT, etc https://www.foliofn.com/ Click Here
    Goldman Sachs CSV, TXT, etc http://www2.goldmansachs.com/ Click Here
    Investrade CSV, TXT, etc http://www.investrade.com/ Click Here
    JPR Capital CSV, TXT, etc http://www.jprcapital.com/ Click Here
    Lightspeed CSV, TXT, etc http://www.lightspeedtrading.com/ Click Here
    Mastertrader CSV, TXT, etc https://online.penson.com/ Click Here
    MB Trading CSV, TXT, etc https://online.penson.com/ Click Here
    NinjaTrader CSV, XLS, etc http://www.ninjatrader.com Click Here
    Optionshouse CSV, TXT, etc https://www.optionshouse.com/ Click Here
    SogoTrade CSV, TXT, etc http://www.sogotrade.com/ Click Here
    Southwest Securities (SWS) CSV, TXT, etc http://swst.com/ Click Here
    Spear, Leeds& Kellogg CSV, TXT, etc http://www.slk.com/ Click Here
    Terra Nova Trading CSV, TXT, etc http://www.terranovatrading.com/ Click Here
    Thinkorswim CSV, TXT, etc https://www.thinkorswim.com Click Here
    tradeMONSTER CSV, TXT, etc https://www.trademonster.com/ Click Here
    UNX CSV, TXT, etc http://web.unx.com/ Click Here
    Zecco CSV, TXT, etc http://www.zecco.com/ Click Here
    Other Imports
    Excel or CSV,TXT XLS,CSV,TXT.etc File From your own computer(Profile Wizard) Click Here
    Ofx format(*.ofx) *.ofx Ms-money or Your broker provide you ofx file
    Quicken(*qfx) QFX Log in to Quicken Software to download the data
    Quicken(*qif) QIF Log in to Quicken Software to download the data
    MetaTrader(*.htm) Detailed Statement Log in to MetaTrader Software to export the DetailedStatement html file Click Here

    Import Trades from Brokerage Account


    Option 1: Import Trades from Brokerage Account

    If the security trader holds online brokerage account, TradeMax provides an easy wizard to import trades from brokerage account.

    1. Select Import Trades from Brokerage Account from the pop-up dialog.
    2. Function Description
      Account Select an account to import your data
      Trade Range Automatically display the date range of existing trades in the current account
      Mode If you already have a user name and password of the selected account, select I want to connect to ***. I have a *** user name and password.
      If you have trade data in your computer, please select I want to import data from local file.
      If you want to skip the file download process, just select I want to import data copied from broker Transaction History Report.
      Include Baseline If you have already appended baseline position, you will need to select the checkbox and enter your specific tax year or select it with the arrows at the right side
    3. Click Next to make further changes in the settings.
    4. Function Description
      Your Online Broker Select your online broker from the dropdown list.
      User ID Manually enter your registered User ID
      Password Enter your password manually.
    5. Click Next Button to continue.
      • Online Accounts: If you have several subsidiary accounts under the main account, you can modify it or select it from the dropdown list.
      • Set the Start time and End time manually or select it from the drop down list, the trade data within this period will be downloaded. Then click Next to Step 2.

    Download Data From Ameritrade


    To download data file from Ameritrade:

    1. Log into your TD Ameritrade Account.

    2. Click Portfolio & Accounts > History & Statements.

    3. Select or enter the specific date range, then click the Download button.

    4. Click the Save button in the pop up File Download box. Note: Don’t click the Open button, the downloaded file will open in web browser.

    5. Save your file in specific file folder in your hard drive, and your CSV file data must be in this format as shown below:

      Date
      Transaction ID
      Description
      Quan
      Symbol
      Price
      Commiss
      Amount
      Sales Fee Short-Term RDM FEE Fund Defered Sale Charge
      03/01/2010
      5814228810
      Bought 10
      10
      HKU Mar
      0.2
      12.5
      -212.5

      If you find the your downloaded file format is different from the above formats, you should set your profile in Profile Wizard.

    6. Run TradeMax® , click Ameritrade Account to import trade activity data from local file.Note: You should select Aemritrade *.csv, *.txt as your profile name during the importing process.

    Download Data from Assent LLC


    To download data file from Assent LLC:

    1. Log into your Assent LLC account.
    2. Select Customer Accounts then click Clearance Activity
    3. Select your account from the drop-down-list and enter a date , then click the Clearance Activity button:
    4. A web based html trade report will be generated,You can select trade data in the HTML table with column header.
    5. Copy the report data to a Excel document and save it as XLS file.
    6. Run TradeMax , Select Assent Account to import trade activity data from local file. Click the Next Button
    7. In Profile Name Dropdown list,Please select Profile Wizard(*.xls).
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