Extraneous Budget Line Items

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Richard A Carmack

25 Jul, 2020 08:51 PM

The auto-populated budget gives many lines that will never be used. Can I hide a line that shows, a line that is irrelevant to the budget process. (In the screen-shot, there are 6 _401K...... categories that I do not wish to see in my budget.)

  1. 1 Posted by Richard A Carma... on 26 Jul, 2020 05:08 PM

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    Solved it myself by eliminating "Categories"

  2. 2 Posted by Bryan on 08 Sep, 2020 10:34 PM

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    @Richard A Carmack If I may ask, how did you do this? I am trying to eliminate certain line items or categories from my budget view.

    For example, i just want to focus on normal monthly expenses and dont want to include college expenses for my kids. The college expenses are "active" as I (usually) pay something every month, but would prefer not to have them in my budget view.

    How to eliminate? Thanks!!

    On a somewhat related question - is there any way to change the default graph type on the expense graph? The line graph would the multiple categories is a bit of information overload. I would much prefer a bar graph to look at total monthly spend. YNAB had a graph like this that I used quite a bit. You could look at total monthly spend in the "bar" and drill down to individual categories as needed. Thanks!

  3. 3 Posted by avp2 on 30 Oct, 2020 04:55 PM

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    The summary page thermometer graph works like what you want (I think) for expenses and income.

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