TIAA-CREF issues, transactions and account value.

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I just have two simple questions:

1. Why is the transaction that I deposit 250 bi-monthly showing up as 2 buys of 250 and one deposit of 500? Is this normal? I get confused because when I see a green number and an account on my transactions under the mint app, I think of it as income, so by looking at 250, 250 and 500, I quickly think thats a 1,000 income, but it's not since I only deposit 500 total per month.

2. Why is the price paid for a share under the tiaa-cref account show a price of over $1,700,000? I never paid that price for a share, i understand it's probably picking up a total amount for a fund or something, but why is that showing up on MY screen and gives me negative numbers as if I lost 99% of something..

It's just very buggy details also on Nelnet was not showing up but yet I was able to add it online so had to delete the mint app from phone and install again hoping that the app matches the online accounts.. but thats a different issue for a different email..


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