How to add interest up to today's date?
john.layman at laymanandlayman.com
Sat Mar 10 14:25:54 EST 2012
Furthermore, while interest accrues day by day, it isn't actually added to
an account until a certain point in time. Since the purpose of GnuCash is
to track the actual value of an account (rather than some theoretical value)
it wouldn't make sense to show accrued interest other than in a separate
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Subject: Re: How to add interest up to today's date?
On 3/9/2012 12:29 PM, Shokster wrote:
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There are almost as many different ways to calculate interest as there are
lenders who charge interest. Which method would you propose to use?
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