3. If you setup a repeating transaction using the new reminder feature, you can see how much you owe over the next x amount of days.
PDelena wrote:Tom59, when editing the repeating transaction, click the arrow next to the date to bring up the Edit Repeating screen. From here, turn on the Display Notification on Post Date button. I believe this is how the notification works.
PDelena wrote:romad, the future balance on the repeating transactions screen only shows a total of the bills I have coming due. If I have transactions that post in multiple accounts, how do I see the future balance of say my checking account in one month's time? Don't get me wrong, I love Hardy's work, but this really needs a FAQ or something to help explain the new functions.
PDelena wrote:romad, how did you setup your repeating transaction for 4/1/12? Did you use the new notification feature? Or do you have yours setup to autopost x days in advance? What I'd really like to do and I can't figure out how is this. Let's assume for simplicity sake that all transactions happen from my checking account (which I currently auto-post 90 days).
1. Paychecks and bills which are paid automatically via direct debit should post automatically with no notification.
2. Bills which require me to physically write a check or go to a website to pay (credit cards, etc) should give me a reminder that the bill needs to be paid but not post until I write the check/pay the bill.
In both cases, I'd like to be able to look ahead and see what my checking account balance will be on any given day. How would you recommend I setup my repeats to get the setup described above?
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