Can you have more than 1 interval for a category in a mixed interval budget

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Jan

21 Aug, 2019 02:53 PM

This allows for things like estimated tax payments. In the US, these are due in January, April, June, and September (not a fixed interval).
Similarly, some things -e.g., auto insurance increases twice a year - in my case in Feb and Aug. So I need to budget 3 intervals- (1) Jan-Feb, (2) Mar-July, and (3) Aug-Dec.

  1. 1 Posted by mhoggie on 23 Aug, 2019 01:33 AM

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    just a user,

    You can have multiple entries for any budgeted item in the old style mixed interval setup. For instance, you can show the estimated tax payments by setting each month as another entry and modifying the start and stop dates to include the specific month involved for that entry. I've done that with changes to medical plan payments that change over the end of the year. The current entry is set to expire on December and the new entry starts on January. Works good

  2. 2 Posted by Jan Derdiger on 24 Aug, 2019 05:55 PM

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    Thanks. I will try it.

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