[GNC] Cash Flow Report has incorrect values

Howard M. Fried cursorsci at gmail.com
Mon May 17 13:00:11 EDT 2021

I can't say that I understand the circle thing, but the P&L Report looks 
correct.  I also keep an Excel spread sheet just for Sales by year, and 
it's total for this year is slightly different from the P&L Report. 
I've probably made an error somewhere.

Many thanks,

On 5/17/21 12:49 PM, Derek Atkins wrote:
> The "Cash Flow" report probably is not what you really want.
> What that report does is allows you to draw a circle around a set of
> accounts and it will summarize all the transactions that cross that
> boundary.  Any transaction fully inside the circle or fully outside the
> circle is ignored.  Most likely, *THAT* is why it's giving you 10X,
> because -9X probably is fully inside the circle and not being included in
> the counting.
> Have you tried a P&L report?
> -derek
> On Mon, May 17, 2021 12:39 pm, Howard M. Fried wrote:
>> Hello,
>> My Cash Flow Report for 01/01/2021-12/31/2012 (or 01/01/2021-Today)
>> shows wildly incorrect values, specifically the "Money In" and "Accounts
>> Receivable" amounts.  For example, in the complete Account display,
>> Accounts Receivable shows X (which is correct). But in the Report, it
>> shows a value larger than 10X.
>> I've been using the same Account for several years and never noticed
>> such a problem.  I played with the Options, to no avail.
>> Any feedback greatly appreciated.
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