Spending Report is wrong.

Jan Finlay
Jan Finlay Member ✭✭
edited January 2019 in Reports (Windows)
Spending Report is wrong. I am running Quicken for Canada Home and Business 2017 for PC I created a US $ banking account. All my reports have about 3% added to the amounts. The Spending Report shows Amount $5 and Total $5.15. Don't know where the column Total comes from and need an accurate report. Suggestions?


  • UKR
    UKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2019
    What currency is this report using? US$ or C$?
    A report that has information from accounts using different currencies always converts everything to the selected (or defaulted) report currency (aka "Home Currency" in the US version)

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  • Jan Finlay
    Jan Finlay Member ✭✭
    Thank you for this help. As soon as I read your response I knew what my mistake was.  I had set up the account in US$. Solved problem by just deleting account and reentering as C$. These are personal accounts so need need to know converted value. Works like a charm now. Again, thanks very much.
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