Current Spending vs. Average Spending by Category Report Error

Quickly
Quickly Member
edited February 9 in Reports (Windows)
When you run a Current Spending vs. Average Spending by Category report, the total for the category is not correct. The total for the category it totaled by leaving out the last sub-category of the particle category. IE, if you have under main category Food & Dining, sub-category, coffee shops with a total of $25.00, then a separate sub-category under Food and Dining, Dining with a total of $75.00, the total for the main category(Food & Dining) will be $75.00(should be $100, $75+$25) leaving out the sub-category of coffee shops($25). The other comparison reports seem to be ok. Has anyone else seen this issue?

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  • Sherlock
    Sherlock SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    We see a similar issue.  In our case, ordinary sub-category totals appear to be correct however a total of the sub-category totals where the last item on the list is a sub-category total is being dropped from the total.

    For example:

    Tax
      Fed
        1040-ES
      TOTAL Fed
      Property
      State
        Sales
      TOTAL State
    TOTAL Tax

    In this case, TOTAL Tax should be the sum of TOTAL Fed, Property, and TOTAL State however TOTAL Tax excludes the TOTAL State .

    If you haven't already, I suggest you report the issue to Quicken: select Help > Report a problem...
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