Prentiss, Angel

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    Prentiss, Angel commented  · 

    Agree with Doug and Lucas. It's one thing to search and be able to print out a couple of receipts associated with expense entries. But there is no functionality to print receipts in batches - by checking/credit card account or by property.

    Also a minimal mobile app to capture receipt, date, category, property, cc/checking would help a lot. As is, I use another program to batch scan receipts because it enables me to batch print the entries and receipts.

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    Prentiss, Angel commented  · 

    This is a feature lacking that has cost me extra time. I've used the workaround that Drew outlined in 2016. It works but it's extra time and energy that programming can solve by letting us enter principal, interest and escrow in one entry.
    It may not be a big deal if doing this for 1 or 2 mortgages. More than that is tedious: make an entry and then reopen to split the transaction...

    Alternatively, launch a spreadsheet style rows x column format where we can enter multiple mortgages for principal, interest, escrow.

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    Prentiss, Angel commented  · 

    .csv would be great. It would provide a lot more flexibility and efficiency to code the entries (eg copy and paste descriptions) in Excel before importing. Also gets around institutions whose export files won't actually import. AMEX says I have to have Quicken and QuickBooks in order to actually see the data I downloaded in those formats.

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