Like Mr. Weber asked, is there and consideration being given to providing for subACCOUNTS?
I have a perfect real world example. My wife and I, and my teenage daughter all have credit cards from the same bank and on the same account; however the card numbers are slightly different. When the statement comes, it's a consolidated statement that is separated by each individual. The joint nature of the cards draws from a common credit limit (although each card can be assigned a lesser limit if appropriate), annual fee, interest rate, etc. The convenience of the accounts, and where Quicken would assist, is seeing each card user's purchases rather than having them all lumped onto one statement or transactions downloaded into one Quicken account.This feature is also available on the Quickbooks products which I use for my employees who also have individually issued credit cards which are all sub-account on the main corporate account. It would be wonderful if Quicken adopted the same feature.
This doesn't achieve my objective of keeping tract of those items separately and being able to have a report that can show the current value without listing all the categories. The devil is in the details. You could use Tags to keep track of that detail but how do you get an easy total of those Tag items?
What is difficult to understand is how adding features that those with more complex situations and/or accounting backgrounds desire....that don't complicate the product since they are totally optional...can possibly be a detriment to the product.
Hi Greg,Thanks for taking the time to post your idea. To make sure we get the suggestion to the correct development team, please let us know what Quicken product (QWin or QMac), what version (2015, 2016, etc.) and what release you have installed. Also, let us know whether you using the US version of Quicken or Quicken Canada. Thanks,Dave