Reminders With Due Date of Today Show as Past Due

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gary.hammer

17 Aug, 2022 01:17 PM

Not a huge issue, but one that should/could be corrected.
If I have a reminder that is due today, when I open Moneydance to the Summary, the reminder is shown as Past Due.
It should not be until the next day and forward.

It would be nice if this was corrected.

  1. 1 Posted by jeff_l on 17 Aug, 2022 04:18 PM

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    Maybe down to semantics, but if you have a bill that is due today & you pay it today, then it is in the past. Either it’s been paid or it hasn’t.

    It sounds like you want a third state Paid/Unpaid/Today which I feel is illogical. If you don’t pay it today, you would be arrears not a happy state & defeats the whole object of managing your affairs with personal finance software.

    Fellow user

  2. 2 Posted by gary.hammer on 17 Aug, 2022 10:23 PM

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    You don't make logical sense to me.
    A bill/transaction that is today can't be past due.
    If it were tomorrow, yep, yesterday, nope.
    In your view, when would anything be current, you know, not past due, not
    upcoming?

  3. 3 Posted by dwg on 17 Aug, 2022 10:59 PM

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    To me it sounds like you want a TODAY heading to go with Upcoming and Past.

    Without a Today heading it is subject to opinion as to where to place it as technically you could argue that it is not upcoming nor is it past. On balance I think it is better to go into past as it tends to highlight it more.

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