Budgeting/report of current paid expenses for future periods
sunfish62 at yahoo.com
Sun Oct 9 22:54:35 EDT 2016
My low tech solution would be to add a code in the memo field for each transaction, e.g. "dc201611", do a find for that code, and create an account transaction report on the result.
Cheers, David T.
On Sun, Oct 9, 2016 at 6:42, Steve<butterandsalt at gmail.com> wrote: Not sure how to explain this so let me give an example...
I do lots of travel and want to keep track/control of how much I'll be
spending per week in the future based on my current outlays. Sounds simple
enough, but many of my expenses that I incur now, are for a future period in
time. Example. If I have a trip to DC planned in 3 weeks and pay for
hotel, etc expenses in advance, eg now, I want a report that shows me how
much I'm spending for that future period, eg per week, not when I actually
paid the expense. I'm not talking for tax purposes, but for my own record
keeping and budgeting. Other than keeping a separate excel sheet and
recording the info on that, is there any way I can do that within GnuCash?
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