Screenshot? That’s easy, and it demonstrates exactly the problem I’ve
mentioned. See the enclosure.
I’ve been using Moneydance with the original account for the past 10 years.
When I installed the upgrade, all the balances went cockamamie. And they
remain that way.
So I started a new account at the beginning of 2019, with a balance in the
Edit Account/Initial Value blank of $509,349.32. As you can see, when I
added the “Investment fee” entry the balance changed correctly. But when I
reconciled the account with the new balance for 2/1, the increased amount
of $48,688.70 produced a balance about $98,000 higher. That makes no sense
So the problem exists in both the original account, going back to 2009, and
the new account. Fix it. PLEASE!
As it is impossible to not have a category, it suggests that you may have a category set up with a "blank" name. I have seen some very strange things happen in older versions of Moneydance when this is done, so would suggest that if you have done this change the name and perhaps use a name that indicates it is a value adjustment and see what happens.