A place for new bills...

r3al1tych3ck r3al1tych3ck at gmail.com
Fri Oct 6 00:19:22 EDT 2006

Well, when not even behind, it can be useful to know what you owe.
Additionally, besides regular bills, there are the unusual ones that

Yes, I did read the guide.  I am just getting going.  I am sure that I
will come up with much more complex topics as I go :)

Sorry for the "spam".  I am feeling chatty tonight.  This <- gnu
financial software, is an important thing to me.  I will be making the
most of everything I learn.  I hope to make a "newbie guide" as I go.
This is serious stuff for me.  Finance is no longer a joke ;)

On Thu, 2006-10-05 at 23:49 -0400, Josh Sled wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-10-05 at 23:27 -0400, r3al1tych3ck wrote:
> > Well, I was thinking that incoming bills would be similar to credit card
> > transactions; "You've bought it but haven't paid for it yet".  With
> [deletia]
> > I am still exploring here.  Thank you for the input.  I hope the
> > discussion keeps going (with maybe some more accountant type of advice?)
> Unless you're consistenly behind, and juggling bills vs. late fees vs.
> collections agencies, it's far simpler to forgo the liability account
> for common bills, and just have an (assets,expense) transaction, as
> described in the Tutorial and Concepts Guide.

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