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Yes, there are. However, I have found numerous mistakes on them, too, such as reversing the buy and sales prices and
inaccurate rounding (always dropping the change), to name two off the top of my head. Nothing will substitute for your
own record keeping.
I have never found the mistakes you have. Mine have always been fairly accurate; however, I have seen some mistakes, and have brought them to the firm's attention. They have always been promptly corrected. The most common area for mistakes seems to be where you provide information to the firm on stocks/mutual funds bought elsewhere. (GIGO) As I said in my previous post, I still keep my own records, and recommend everyone do so, and check them several times during the year (especially after splits).


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