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I tried to ask this question on the Quicken board, but I'm not sure if it went into the ozone or is ther and I can't see it. At any rate, there was a 'Part 2': What is this tax and what does it mean to mean? The broker house doesn't seem to know.

I have an IRA account which includes a Canadian Oil Trust. Beginning with 2005, my monthly brokerage statements have had entries like the following:

03/17/2005 BOOKKEEPING 0.00 ***PROVIDENT ENERGY TRUST UNIT R/D 12/20/04 P/D 01/14/05 FOREIGN TAX WITHHELD Cash 15.00 Debit 19.11

I track my IRA holdings with Quicken 2005 and have always been able to enter everything on the statements.

The number of shares I hold in “Provident Energy Trust” are unchanged.

My annual statements balance with Quicken. But now, I can't figure out how to enter this into Quicken.

Anyone else have this problem, and any ideas on how to enter?

Thanks …
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