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# Learn Financial Freedom Step by Step

If you have the doubt that

Question : 1. Your Demat Account balance of invested money is not showing as per your calculation?

Question : 2. You did not get accurate credit in your bank account from Your Broker?

At this time, you will learn the simple calculation

First Step

First of All before buying and Selling, you must record the opening balance of your invested money which you can find from your mobile demat account which is different from the market value of your investment.

Second Step

In Second Step, you have two way, one is your way and second way of your Broker. we teach you both, so, you can easily verify of it.

Your Sale value as per your broker = Rs. 1857.64

( I sold 2 share of Radico Khaitan @ 928.82 and it is showing my booked profit and loss account next day)

+ New transfer of fund for buying = Rs. 20,000

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Total = Rs. 21857.64

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Less total bought shares same day

( Please note when you buy and see next day same data

of buying )= 20832.76 ( Will use in third step for new buying )

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Balance = 1024.88

Less brokerage + Tax

Which you can also find from demat account = 149.68

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Balance Receivable  = Rs. 875.20

Less balance transfer to your bank account - 1019

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Net excess balance transfer to your bank account = Rs. 144

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Forget if anything excess in your bank account. Never go less credit into your bank account

Third Step : Add New Buying in Opening Balance of Your Demat Account invested mone

My opening balance was = 479129.24

Less Cost of Your Sale = 1032

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= 478187.24

+ New buying = 20832.76

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Current Time Balance of Invested Money in Demat account = 499020

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Now second method is also so easy.

1. Just open your DEMAT Account in your laptop by trader or client id, date of birth and password

Then above you see the historical report. Go there after day of buying and sharing of shares

2. Select the previous day and current date and view report

3. Go to Bill No. link for opening Trading Report

4. Now with equity trading, bill detail, we can get net payable to broker for buying shares.

Above images, you can understand with following way

In one day, you

Add   total brokrage + tax

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Total  payable to your broker for buying shares

Less Total sales value receivable from broker

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Net broker payable value

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Now broker will check how much he receive and how much payable and end of the day

he will credit in your bank account which 1019.43 in my financial ledger.

Now, you have to check your opening balance of your invested money and add total bought value of your share only

and check whether it show your demat account or not.

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