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Real Estate Detail Report

I posted this question once before, many months ago, but don't recall if it was ever answered.

The real estate details page of the PDF report always shows rental income under the "Expenses" column and the rental property expenses under the "Receipts" column. The net cash flow column is correctly calculated. So it looks like this may be a formating problem with the report.

Any idea if this will be corrected in a future update?

Thanks,

Rick

1

I don't recollect seeing it, but you're right, it's a reporting problem. Hopefully it will get fixed in this release.

Best,

Dick

2

Sounds like an easy fix. I'll take a look. I assume you're referring to the "output" side and not the "input" portion of the report?

3

Lowell, please check both. And Dick, please check that the CE is doing the right thing. thanks, Larry

4

Nope, the CE puts two distinct containers into the report XML for real estate:

...
<RealEstate>
    ...
    <totalReceipts>
        ...
    </totalReceipts>
    <totalExpenses>
        ...
    </totalExpenses>
    ...
</RealEstate>
...

So it's probably just a labeling issue in the PDF writer.

Best,

Dick

5

Hi Dick,

As a follow-up to my private email to you, I discovered a few more PDF report formatting problems. Not sure if these are also related to my self-employed profile.

1) On the Estate page (Details), Funeral expenses are showing up in the 529 Plan column. (note: the funeral expenses are in the correct column of the "Name's Estate" page that follows the "Estate" page).

2) On the Labor Earnings page (Inputs and Assumptions), the amount in the Social Security covered earnings column ($390,000) is double the amount in the self-employed earnings column ($195,000).

3) The Assumption page shows my current nominal rate of return but not my future nominal rate of return.

Rick

6

I don't think that the CE has anything to do with the contents of the inputs and assumptions page in the report, but I can take a look.

Best,

Dick