Report net income?
daniel3ub at gmail.com
Sat Apr 24 21:34:08 EDT 2010
Hi, thanks for your answer.
Had to play a bit with the report options, but got it to show me what I
The only drawback is that I cannot save this report for later use, I wonder
Thanks a lot!
On 23 April 2010 15:19, David T. <sunfish62 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I'm not at my machine to check this, but it seems to me you could use a
> transaction report on the destination account that uses a filter to filter
> by your income account.
> The steps:
> 1) select Reports->Transaction report
> 2) Click on the Options button (after the report initially runs)
> 3) Change the selected accounts to your bank account only (that will give
> you all the transactions in this account)
> 4) Change the Filter Account to your income account (that should eliminate
> everything except the transactions coming from Income)
> 5) Set the dates to the time period in question
> 6) Click Okay
> See if that works for you
> --- On Thu, 4/22/10, Daniel Trezub <daniel3ub at gmail.com> wrote:
> > From: Daniel Trezub <daniel3ub at gmail.com>
> > Subject: Report net income?
> > To: "Users Gnucash" <gnucash-user at gnucash.org>
> > Date: Thursday, April 22, 2010, 6:34 PM
> > Hi, people.
> > I use GnuCash to track my paycheck in every detail. For
> > every paycheck I
> > have a split transaction that includes everything I know
> > (and the company
> > provides me).
> > Now I need to give a look at my net income. Is there some
> > way to get a nice
> > report about my net income? I mean the money that REALLY
> > comes into my bank
> > account?
> > Thanks!
> > =====
> > Daniel Trezub
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