How to account for Unrealized Gains in a Trial Balance?



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Using GnuCash, When I run a Trial Balance on my accounts, my Debits exceed my Credits by 875.00 wich is the same amount of my Unrealized Gains on the Balance Sheet. How do I reconcile this in my Trial Balance?

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