Day to day accounts


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Ian Waddington

The cash flow forecast tool has something called 'all day-to-day accounts';
what I cannot do is work out how to define an account as day-to-day.

Thank you for your help

Ian
 
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Glyn Simpson, MVP

Day-to-day accounts are those that could be used on a daily basis (e.g.
bank, savings, cash and credit card accounts) .Non 'day-to-day' would be
asset, liability, loan, investment and retirement accounts.

It looks as though, however, the only accounts that are made selectable in
the cash flow are what are defined as 'day to day' accounts. I suppose the
feature is there to allow you to quickly select all accounts, although this
is duplicated in the option 'multiple accounts' as you can select all of the
accounts through there.

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Ian Waddington

Glyn

Thank you for looking at this; I'm finding the 'multiple accounts' options
is not always remembering the accounts I've selected. Do you know if there
is a way of 'fixing' my selection?

Regards

Ian
 
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Glyn Simpson, MVP

I suspect there is a bug. I've seen the same behaviour, but i haven't quite
narrowed down what causes it to forget them. I believe it's when you edit
scheduled bills/deposits, but can't be sure.

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Money.
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