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Looking at your dates, I think I see a pattern. It appears that your statement closing date is always 17 business days before the last business day of the month. For example, if you start at May 31 and start counting backwards, skipping Saturdays, Sundays, and May 30 (Memorial Day), you'll see that May 5 is 17 business days before May 31. I cannot explain ...


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I don't think that is ever possible. How can another bank verify and provide a statement for some other where they don't have access to your account? If you have online access to your bank account (net-banking, online banking etc), then there will be a section where you can find the statement (generally in pdf format). Those statements also bear the bank ...


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Walk into a branch of your bank and ask for the documents that you need. I did this when I needed to show statements and transactions in court. There was a printing fee for large page counts. What is available, how much it costs, and how long it takes will vary by bank. If you are unfamiliar enough with your bank's web site or programming API that you ask ...


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The easiest way I have found is to simply Google the transaction description, or at least the most unique part of it. Googling "PO LTD Telecoms" gives the UK Post Office phone/internet "contact us" page as the first result. Google is sometimes really smart at figuring out what appears to us as a random collection of characters. Beyond that, there are a ...


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An added tip in this answer should help you achieve what you need: On your accounts page, there is a little drop down on the right side that allows you to display more columns. One of them is "Last Reconcile Date", and then you can see directly on your account page which accounts need to be reconciled. This way you can glance at your accounts and ...


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the way to do it is to create a transaction report for the dates you are interested in and set filter status to Unreconciled (see below). You can adjust report in very handy ways, for example sorting according to dates (see sorting tab - same picture), rather than account names - if you are looking at expense accounts for example. I would typically want to ...


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They need to spread the work for all customers over the whole month, and they don't work on weekends. Combine the two, and the rule becomes clear - if months have minimum of N working days, 1/N of all customers gets set on each day. You seem to be on day 5: If the month starts with a Monday, the fifth working day is the 5. (Friday); if there is a Sat or Sun ...


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IB's statements are a PITA and will make you want to pull your hair out, if you have any. I don't know what's going on from the info you posted. But let's take a stab at it. The upper highlighted box containing 36.08 is simple. It the 21 shares times the dividend rate of 1.71816941. They are withholding 5.41 so your net amount is 30.67 . That's the ...


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Only part of an answer: your closing date seems to be the 27th except when the 27th is Sat/sam (Apr/avr and Jul) it is moved to the the previous day = 26th Fri/ven, and when the 27th is Sun/dim (Jan) it is moved to the following day = 28th Mon/lun -- check if that happens this month also (Oct). The exception is 27th May/mai which is Mon/lun and moved to 28th ...


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Doubtful, as the bank can't give you what they don't have. Many businesses have their credit card agreements running under slightly different, misspelled, abbreviated, or outdated names, and don't bother to ever change them. I know many mom-n-pop shops where the credit card charges appear under the name of the business that closed fifteen years before in ...


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I've had credit cards where the bank does not send me a statement if the initial balance was zero and there were no transactions. Because it that case the statement would be blank except for the boilerplate: beginning balance: $0, transactions: none, ending balance: $0. If you bank doesn't mail you a statement or make a statement available on line when ...


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If you banked with a credit union, that's also a part of a co-op then yes, this can be a possibility. In the United States, I bank with a certain credit union and I've been able to have transactions happen at other credit unions that participate in the same co-op network. However, other than that, private banks do not have access to other banks accounts and ...


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As someone who has experience with programming, I would say that it's 100% depending on whether the bank has any publicly available API. If you'll tell us which bank you have in mind, it'll be easier to give a more definitive answer.


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