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Budget Report to Include Rollovers

There should be a budget report that includes the rollover amounts.

The columns on the report would be:
1. Category
2. Rollover From Prior Month
3. Current Month Budgeted
4. Total Budgeted for Current Month (Prior month rollover + current month budgeted)
5. Actual
6. Difference
7. Rollover to Next Month

All totals and subtotals would remain as they are for the current budget reports.

Add advanced filters to create rollover reports.
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  • UKRUKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    The only report currently available in Quicken for Windows 2019 is to print the Annual View from the Planning / Budgets tab directly. It includes Rollover Amounts, when enabled for a category, as part of the monthly Balance column.
    Click File / Print Budgets or press CTRL-P.
    Select Landscape format from the printer selection view.
    If available, select 8.5*14" Legal size (or larger) paper from the Printer Properties menu button.
    The report may not be very good at making optimal use of the page width. It might be better if you exported the report to Excel and used it to reformat the columns as needed.
  • Joseph HannaJoseph Hanna Member ✭✭✭
    The method you described does not include rollover amounts. There are only three columns for each month: Budget - Actuals - Balance.
    The Balance column does not accumulate the unused amount from month to month.
    For example:
    January 2019 I budget $50.00 for a category and have "Rollover Positive Amounts" selected. I spend zero on that category in January. February 2019 I budget $50.00 again, spend zero in February. The balance column for February 2019 should read $100.00 but the report reads $50.00.
    The balance amount when looking at the Planning: Budget tab shows a $100.00 balance for February, as it should.
    The budget reports still do not include rollover amounts.
  • UKRUKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    Have you checked to make sure that January started with a $0.00 rollover and not some amount that rolled over from last year?
    In this example, there were $17.70 rolled over from December.
    Edit and set to $0.00 if you don't want that.
    As to the report generator, nobody has made any changes to it yet.
  • Joseph HannaJoseph Hanna Member ✭✭✭
    Thank you for your responses.

    Yes, January starts with $0.00.

    I have previously posted on the subject of budget reports ignoring rollovers.

    https://community.quicken.com/discussion/comment/20045961#Comment_20045961
  • Joseph HannaJoseph Hanna Member ✭✭✭
    Can we have a budget report that includes the rollover amounts?
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