@BillNot sure why you want to schedule for the day after the last day of the month when you can auto-enter on the first day of the month?
I have all my Bills enter on the 1st of the month. the only ones I have an issue with are the ones that are on the last day of the month. I like to see each month what is going out and what is left. Now that I am retired this is an easy way to help budget my spending. I know I can adjust it prior to each month. But why have Quicken it I have to do it by hand when it requires so little programming. My career was programming and IT management before you start to tell me how hard it is.
Also for Social Security checks come in on a specific day of the week in a specific week. It would very useful to have a "2nd Wednesday" as an example" which week and which day.I would think that a lot of us that started with Quicken in the 80's DOS version are still using it or nearing or in retirement. We didn't makeup the SSI rules we just have to live with them. This is something that would make Quicken work with it easier.Thanks,Bill
Until, perhaps some day in the future, some programmer at Quicken makes a change and allows for something likeAutomatically enter on the [first, last, 1...31st] day of the month the transaction is due*(* but not later than due date, e.g., due date = 1/15, auto enter on 1/21 would not be allowed)and given the fact that "last day of the month" is a variable target (can occur on 28, 29, 30 or 31st) the best I can suggest for now is that you useAutomatically enter ...  days before due date (or 29, 30, 31).This will make your transaction appear as recorded in the register on or around the 1st of the month. Well, yes, there's a little fudge factor, but right now it can't be helped.IMHO, for planning purposes it is really not necessary to make all scheduled payments for the month appear in the register on the 1st of the month. My reminders are set to remind me as many days in advance as needed, e.g., for credit card payments I use about 21 days. That's about the date when the credit card statement for the month is generated.The Projected Balances view will show your transactions, whether already recorded in the register or still pending as future reminder on the due date.Settings in your account register allow you to show future dated transactions, including reminders as if they were transactions already, for a number of days (7, 14, 30, 90 days, 12 months) ahead.
Until, perhaps some day in the future, some programmer at Quicken makes a change and allows for something like
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