Perfect example of how confusing "bill pay" is

Someone tell me what this means please?

To me it looks like "There's a bill due on December 20th for $28.22, but you already paid $10.80 of it on November 6th"


  • Quicken Anja
    Quicken Anja Moderator mod
    Hello @JeremyGNJ,

    Thank you for reaching out to the Community with your question.

    The amount due in the screenshot you provided is $28.22. The payment amount of $10.80 is referring to the amount that was last paid and which method was used to pay it as this is located under the "Last Payment" column. This amount is not meant to be subtracted from the amount due.

    I hope this clarifies things! Thank you.

    -Quicken Anja
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  • JeremyGNJ
    JeremyGNJ Member ✭✭
    Oh i KNOW what it means. It just doesnt make any sense to look at.

    What rational person would look at an "upcoming bill", that has the word "paid" next to it, and think "oh, that must be unpaid".
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