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Yes, the split was recorded correctly. And I did have a cash in lieu, but it was trivially small. But it still has the line item "remove shares", which doesn't make any sense to me.

I don't delete downloaded transactions lightly, but this seems to be an error. So I'm about to delete it.

I had another issue recently split, and also had a "remove shares", and when I deleted that remove shares I verified I had a correct share count. Which bolsters my courage to delete the line item from this other stock. I've held this one far longer, and there are a lot more shares involved, including from before I started using Quicken (in fact, I think Quicken didn't exist when I got my first shares).

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