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Depends on what you want to do with the market cap. If you want to know how big a particular company is, of course you should be using the full amount of shares. If you, on the other hand, want to create an index fund, you probably want to include only the shares publicly traded in the weight calculation. It is very important to know what number for ...


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Yes, you can offset capital gains with capital losses. See 1040 Schedule D, you'll see that you list all your investments, gains or losses, and total them up. But while this might be a good tax strategy, it might be a poor investment strategy (selling at a loss). You might be spending a dollar to save a quarter. https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1040sd....


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Unfortunately, none of us can answer this conclusively. Maybe you can ask your specific credit union if you want to know their exact reason. But, there may be a handful of potential reasons: Many credit unions use separate online banking software for business accounts versus personal accounts. Even if they look the same, the back end may be different, and ...


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Not the same issue, but related: I have personal and business accounts with the same bank. I can freely transfer money between my personal accounts on their web site, but I can't transfer money between a personal and a business account. For that I have to physically go to the bank. (Like we were living in the 19th century or something!) I asked about this ...


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