Total Available Does Not Match Account Balance

I just started YNAB this month. I got a little behind in budgeting (already!!) but entered transactions and then back-filled the budget (maybe that was my mistake?!). Now my checking account balance on YNAB matches my actual checking account balance and I have $0.00 left to budget, but when I add the Available amounts in the Budget together, the total does not match the balance for my account.

What did I do wrong?!

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  • Hi Scott D. Winter !

    It sounds like you're off to a great start, but the Available balances not adding up means somethings off.

    Here’s a way you can verify every dollar in your bank account(s) is reflected in your budget – and not a dollar more.


    1. Advance to next month's budget. (The math is easier there, because all overspending is covered.)
    2. In the right sidebar, when no categories are selected, you’ll see your Total Available amount, which is the sum of the Available column.
    3. Add that to the amount you have left To be Budgeted and any amount Budgeted in Future, if applicable.

    Let’s stop here for a minute, just in case your To be Budgeted was negative. If it is, you would need to subtract it from Total Available, because that means you’ve given jobs to dollars you don’t yet have. Preferably though, you would go back to this month’s budget and budget less in a few categories until To be Budgeted is back in the green at $0.

    4. Now, add up the cash in your budget. That includes checking, savings, and cash accounts, plus any positive balances on credit cards if applicable.
    5. Your totals in step 3 and 4 should match, to the penny.

    If things still aren't adding up, mention me in a comment and we can take a closer look at things! :)

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      • Kim S
      • Turquoise_Wildcat.6
      • 9 mths ago
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      Faness I am having a similar issue, except I am showing more in my YNAB accounts available balances than my actual bank account balances show, and I have everything linked up. How would you suggest I go about researching this?

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      • satcook
      • satcook
      • 9 mths ago
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      Kim S Go into each account and reconcile them so they will match the bank.

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      • Kim S
      • Turquoise_Wildcat.6
      • 9 mths ago
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      satcook  will do. I have done that several times, and things keep getting off, just not understanding the reason for the discrepancies. Thank you!

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    • Hi Kim S !

      YNAB only imports your balance once. From there, the balance is updated by the transactions you enter and import. This means if your balance in YNAB isn’t matching your bank, there is a transaction problem. 

      To get this fixed, use the reconcile feature in the web app (on your computer). You could open a separate browser window for the YNAB account and your online statement to more quickly check them back and forth.

      You have total control of the balance—look for the following in your register, fix any discrepancies, and you’ll be back on track:

      • Transactions that have cleared the bank but have a gray C next to them
      • Missing transactions that need to be entered or imported
      • Transactions you entered or imported that have the wrong amount (maybe inverted, 0.34 instead of 0.43, for example)
      • Duplicate transactions
      • An incorrect starting balance

      If it’s been a while since you’ve reconciled (more than a few days), it’s best to enter a reconciliation balance adjustment and move on. The more often you reconcile, the easier it’ll get. Once you’re in the habit, you’ll knock it out in a few minutes (or less!).

      Let us know if you have any questions!

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    • Faness  Hi, I'd like to jump in line here, too. I am having similar issues as others here. I am fairly new to YNAB and I'd like to have it work! I have followed the instructions you outline, and when I advance to next month and add everything up, the two numbers balance. However,  when I add up the "available" column in my budget, I have over budgeted-- there is more money "available" than is actually in my account by about $600.00. At first I thought it was probably due to the credit card balances, since that still seems complicated to me but I don't see anything there- the numbers seem to be matching. Also, I know others have attributed this to the split transactions, but I don't see an error  there either.  Can you help?  Thanks you!

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    • Hi Magenta Tiger !

      I'm happy you asked! :)

      It sounds like there may be overspending in the current month or budgeted amount in the following month - these would affect your To Be Budgeted and Available amounts in the following month.

      If you’re up for it, go ahead and enable Support Access for your account and we'd be more than happy to take a closer look! Once you’ve done that, let me know—and mention whether you’d like to continue the discussion here or via email instead.

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    • Faness I enabled Support Access and tried to email back--not sure if I was successful or not.  I'm happy to continue here (honestly, email is fine too).  Thanks! 

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    •  I definitely think there is overspending in the cu@Faness rrent month...I just can't figure out why/how go get YNAB to match reality.  My hunch is in the credit card. The payment came out today, as you will see and it is all messed up. I just left it alone, as I think that might help you to see what is going on.  Plus, I don't want to make anything worse!  Thanks!

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    • Hi Magenta Tiger !

      I sent you an email with a few more details, but wanted to respond here as well! :)

      It looks like everything is matching up between your accounts and your budget. Were you including negative account balances when totaling your available amounts? YNAB knows debt can be paid off over time, so those negative account balances don't subtract from your Total Available.

      If you still have questions, you can respond here or to the email I sent! :)

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    • Faness Thanks!  I see that the two balance. I guess where I am stuck is that there is about $600 more "available" than is really in my bank account. I see what you're saying about the possibility of paying off over time, but I'm not understanding what to do if the money that I have allocated in my budget is less than the accounts.  So, for example, if I paid the student loan payment, the large home maintenance bill we have been saving for, and the medical bills we would be out of money, even though it looks like there is money set aside for these things. Is there a way to remedy this? We definitely always pay off our credit card balances each month, so maybe there is a way to better capture this? Thanks again!

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      • monkeyhanger
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      • monkeyhanger.1
      • 5 mths ago
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      Magenta Tiger Is your credit card payment category balance (as a positive) the same number as your credit card account balance (as a negative)? To be truly paid in full it needs to be. If it doesn't you need to budget funds directly to the credit card payment category until it does. If you can't then you're living on the float.

      You can always pay your credit cards in full and still be living on the float.

      https://www.youneedabudget.com/floating-the-silent-but-deadly-threat-to-your-budget/

      https://www.youneedabudget.com/are-you-riding-the-credit-card-float/

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    • monkeyhanger Thanks! I'll take a closer look at the resources. I really don't think we are riding the credit card float-we just use the card for auto fuel and hotels, and last month (the first month we had the credit card linked to YNAB) I had cleared up all the little "credit card symbols" in my budget before rolling into June (pulling the money from the  "unexpected" and "fuel" categories), but maybe I'm missing something or not thinking about it right.  

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      • monkeyhanger
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      • monkeyhanger.1
      • 5 mths ago
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      Magenta Tiger It's really simple to find out if you're on the float. If your credit card payment category balance is less than the current credit card balance then you are. If all of your credit card spending is budgeted then the usual culprit is not budgeting for any starting balance on the card.

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    • monkeyhanger   Got it. Ok, so they are like $60.00 different, so that would qualify as a  float, and you're right I need to budget the starting balance. Unfortunately, that doesn't solve the discrepancy between my budget and actual account balance, which is around $600 and far more concerning.  Thanks again, that does help me better understand the credit card part!

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    • Hi Magenta Tiger ! I sent you an email, to follow up for Faness with more details on what I'm seeing in your budget. 😀 You'll want to reconcile your accounts first, to make sure your real life bank accounts match the balance in YNAB.

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      • monkeyhanger
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      • monkeyhanger.1
      • 5 mths ago
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      Magenta Tiger I've tried to reply to this several times and it seems to have got lost in the ether. If Nicole is helping you know then I'll leave it because it is so much easier for someone to help you when they can actually see your budget. Indeed that was essentially the first part of my last reply!

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    • monkeyhanger Thanks!!

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    • Nicole Thanks again!

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  • Scott D. Winter

    It's been a couple of days, so I'm going to mark this as answered. If you still have questions, just mention me in a comment and I'll get back to you! :)

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  • I have the same problem. I did your steps above but I still have 7,68 to much Totally Available than available Cash in budget accounts. I have checked if there is overbudgeting up in the future but there is not.  All YNAB accounts balances are matching real accounts and I also searched for a transaction of 7,68 in YNAB but didn't find any. 

    This is sooo frustrating because I really like things lining up... 

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  • I have exactly the same issue. And it is really frustrating. 😕

    • To be budged is 0.
    • Budgeted in Future is 0.
    • Total available is 4 521.60.

    In the same time, the sum of all my budget accounts is 7654.60 (which is true).

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      • Max
      • mshkrebtan
      • 1 yr ago
      • Reported - view

      Max My problem has been solved, thanks to the YNAB support. It was that a split transaction had 4 entries — 2 original and 2 duplicate. Like this:

      • entry A, outflow 1050
      • entry A, outflow 1050 (duplicate)
      • entry B, outflow 2083
      • entry B, outflow 2083 (duplicate)

      The strangest thing is that the total outflow was still (1050 + 2083 = 3133), not 6266. I removed the duplicate lines and got 3133 appear in my 'To be budgeted' field.

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      • jb1
      • jb1
      • 1 yr ago
      • Reported - view

      Max Thanks. Maybe that somehow makes sense depending on how the algorithm works. If I somewhere have a total transaction of let's say 17.68, but the splits add up to 10.00 (that is 7.68 less) the account would decrease 17.68, but the budgeted total only decreases by 10.00 and therefore have 7.68 too much in Available total. 

      I searched all accounts for the amount less or equal to 7.68 but too many to feasible find a mistake like this. How did you find yours? 

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  • Faness at YNAB faness_ynab

    Do you want to revisit?

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    • jb1 Of course! :)

      It sounds like we may need to dive a little deeper on this one! I just sent you a request via email. If you’re up for it, please take a look and reply to that email to give us permission to access your budget. Then we'll continue our conversation here in the forum! 

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  • Thank you YNAB support for finding the error I introduced in 2016... it was also a split transaction not totally accounted for!

    I suggested in the feedback it should not be possible to save a split if the values don't add up. I don't know if there is such a case when someone actually doesn't want the values to add up? Maybe there is? 

    Anyway, left = right now again so I am happy  :) 

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      • Max
      • mshkrebtan
      • 1 yr ago
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      jb1 I'm glad your problem has been solved as well!

      Indeed, it would be good to have split entries validated whether they do add up.

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  • FanessYNAB Support@faness_ynab

    I am having this trouble but to a much lesser degree.  My "Available" is $5.01 more than my accounts.  I am sure I made a mistake of this level at some point, but I really don't want to go back and search everything for it.  I'm just not sure how to adjust something to make adjustment.  If I decrease one of my budgeted amounts, it will put that $5.01 back into TBB.  Should I just put in a bogus transaction to "stuff I forgot to budget for"?

    Thanks.  This was helpful in figuring out that I do have a problem!  I got to step 5 and I was off.

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    • Violet Orca actually I'm not sure a bogus transaction would help since it would decrease my balance which isn't right.

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    • Violet Orca Faness Never mind!  I found it in a closed account.  I didn't realize that closed accounts still counted.  Now it matches and I feel much better!

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    • Violet Orca Sorry for the delay here! Just getting back in this morning and noticed this but happy you were able to find that account! When Closing an account, YNAB asks you to move the excess funds to an account that's still open in order to prevent issues like this. However, there are still instances where closed accounts can get those balances back (scheduled transactions, the undo button, etc.). Those balances are included, but reconciling should fix any issues! :)

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      • Mic_Deb
      • Steel_Blue_Gazelle
      • 1 yr ago
      • 1
      • Reported - view

      Faness I was having the same problem that initially started this thread, but after following the helpful instructions throughout, I've tracked my problem to a positive balance in a closed account from long ago. 

      My issue now is that I can't seem to figure out how to get rid of that positive amount? There must be a simple fix that I just can't wrap my head around at the moment. 

      Can you help?  Thanks!

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      • Mic_Deb
      • Steel_Blue_Gazelle
      • 1 yr ago
      • 1
      • Reported - view

      Mic_Deb Never mind figured it out.  

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    • Mic_Deb Sorry, I was out yesterday, but happy to hear you were able to get things ironed out! :)

      If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to ask!

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  • I am having the same issue and what scares me is I am not sure how long this has been going on or if this is the first month. My cash accounts balances are correct to the penny. But if I total up the Available column on the Budget screen, it shows that I have more. Faness , I followed your solutions as well as Ben at YNAB here but my total available is way more than what my cash accounts have in them.

     

    Could there possibly be any other reasons this could be happening?

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    • Hi Rob Fender !

      Are you only looking at Cash accounts, or all accounts with positive balances? This would include Checking, Savings and even Credit Cards (if they have a positive balance). If there are any hidden accounts, those would be taken into account as well.

      Check those areas and let me know if things still aren't adding up! If not, we can take a closer look at things. We'll get this figured out! :)

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  • Faness , that's what it was! I finally figured it out. Once I totaled ALL accounts the numbers matched.  The offending account was a credit card account but I will rectify that. Thank you for responding!

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  • I'm having the same problem; Total Available doesn't match total of total cash budget accounts (accounting for any positive credit card amounts). I have followed the steps above and the two amounts don't match; there is more budget available in YNAB than I have cash. I'm pretty sure the problem is connected to an investment purchase and how I set up the accounts at the beginning.

    Help please!

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    • Samantha Lehmond 

      On second thought, it could also have something to do with my Accounts Receivable I've set up (work expenses and insurance claims to be reimbursed).

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    • Samantha Lehmond 

      It sounds like we may need to dive a little deeper on this one! I just sent you a request via email. If you’re up for it, please take a look and reply there to give us permission to access your budget. Then we'll continue our conversation here in the forum! 

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    • Samantha Lehmond Thanks for responding to my email! I took a look and I'm seeing a balance on a closed "Gifts" account. If I include that, then everything adds up. If that account shouldn't have a balance, you can reconcile it to get things back on track! :)

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  • Hi Faness , I just wanted to jump on the bandwagon here. I have a saving account that is in the budget, but does not seem to be reflected in the amount available for budgeting. I think I have followed all of the steps above, and the budget amount significantly higher, twice a high, as the  total available to me in my budget. When I "spend" the money in the account, though, that money is then counted as removed from my available budget, though as far as I can tell the sum was never available to be budgeted. Any suggestions as to what I might have overlooked? Thanks!

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    • Forest Green Admiral Faness Hi I solved the problem by cycling back through all of the last twelve months while trying to see if there was something strange in my budget. Once I went forward through the months again to the present all of a sudden I saw that some budgeting lines that had lain dormant since last year were all of a sudden populated again. All sorted, thanks.

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    • Hi Forest Green Admiral ! 

      I'm happy you were able to get things ironed out! You beat me to a solution before I could even ask for details! 😅

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  • I guess I will chime in here too to say I am having similar problems. I have $559.78 in my cash accounts and only have $177.71 in the available column, but TBB is telling me I have $201.99. By my math that is $180.08 missing from from TBB. Nothing budgeted in the future. Any thoughts?

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      • Jared
      • Notagoldrobot
      • 1 yr ago
      • 1
      • Reported - view

      Never mind, all. I did some deep digging (5 months), and I too found a screwed up split transaction that was the culprit. Thanks. 

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    • Jared I love it when users beat me to the answer! Great detective work! :)

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  •  Faness - Could you help me by chance? ;(

    I went back a month or two in my budget and noticed that I didn't zero out a negative budget so I added some funds to that and noticed that my account balance doesn't match my available budget. My balance is higher than my amount that I can budget, and also.. what I've allocated this month.

    Help me Obi-wan Kenobi, you're my only hope! 

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    • Purple Piano If there was an award I could give for references, you'd definitely have one coming! :)

      I just sent you a quick email asking for permission to access your budget. Respond there and we can take a closer look at what's going on! 

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  •  having the same issue. if i add up all the green it’s a few hundred more dollars than what i actually have in the bank. this is terrifying since it means i’m giving jobs to $100s i don’t have. i’ve tried all the above suggestions and calculations. can you help me find and fix the problem?

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      • mamster
      • mamster
      • 1 yr ago
      • 1
      • Reported - view

      Alice Blue Projector Alice, is the problem that your bank account balances are invalid in YNAB? Have you reconciled recently? If your category balances don't add up to the total of your deposit account balances (and be sure to check future months!), something is wrong with the software. But I suspect you have an errant transaction that you'll find when you reconcile. Also, do you have any red in future months?

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  • I'm having a similar issue. My TBB is at $0.00, but when I add up the available columns that my checking account goes towards, there's $176.02 less than what's in my actual account. I went to the next month to check the numbers so I'm not sure where that money is?

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      • nolesrule
      • YNAB4 Evangelist
      • nolesrule
      • 1 yr ago
      • 1
      • Reported - view

      Megan The sum of all the money in your budget categories is equal to the sum of all the money in your non-credit based accounts. The only way a group of categories will align with a specific account is if you intentionally manage them to be that way. If you have more than one account, read this:

      The Relationship Between Your Budget & Your Accounts: It’s Complicated

      Then keep reading it until it sinks in.

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  • Faness You seem to be the expert in this thread. I need some major help. I have tried some of the things in this thread and have failed miserably at all of them. I have some how budgeted more money than I have available... Not Good! My Total Available is greater than my account balances

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      • WordTenor
      • Arranged the menu, the venue, the seating.
      • WordTenor
      • 1 yr ago
      • 1
      • Reported - view

      Adam Ritchie is your TBB $0? 

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    • Hi Adam Ritchie !

      As WordTenor mentioned, if you budget more money than you have in your accounts, then your To Be Budgeted should show a negative amount. If you run the self audit steps listed above, are things still not adding up?

      If so, let me know and we can take a closer look at things! :)

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  • Hi! Having this same issue. My "To be Budgeted" is much higher than the amount in my account that is un-budgeted money (as in the real To be budgeted amount the does not included the money reserved for upcoming expenses, is not the same as the to be budged amount in the app).  No closed accounts, re-checked tons of times, and still lost as to what transaction is doing this to the budget. Any helpful insights would be amazing! 

    Warmly,

    Naimah 

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    • Hi Naimah! Powder Blue Piano 

      Have you tried the Self Audit steps above? If so, and you still can't pinpoint the culprit, I'd be more than happy to take a look! :)

      If you’re up for it, go ahead and enable Support Access for your account. Once you’ve done that, let me know—and mention whether you’d like to continue the discussion here or via email instead.

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    • Faness Hi! Thanks! Yup, tried all the above and just enabled access!

      Thanks in advance!

      Warmly,

      Naimah

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    • Naimah, Thanks for permission! Powder Blue Piano 

      I took a look and everything adds up. If you go forward to February, add up the Available amount and the To Be Budgeted amount. Then, add up all of your accounts with positive balances. You'll get the same number between the two, which means all of your funds are accounted for. :)

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  • I am having the same problem.  I went to next month's budget, added the "total available" and the "to be budgeted" and "budgeted in the future" and it is $319.98 more than the total cash available in my accounts (I added my checking and savings accounts, do not have any credit cards with positive amounts, and no closed accounts).  Can you help me identify where the discrepancy is?

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    • Hi Slate Blue Saxophone !

      It sounds like we may need to dive a little deeper on this one! If you’re up for it, go ahead and enable Support Access for your account. Once you’ve done that, let me know—and mention whether you’d like to continue the discussion here or via email instead. :)

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    • Faness Thank you.  I have enabled support access and would like to continue via email.  I did make a fresh start to see if I could just move forward that way, but would like to continue with my original budget if you can figure out where my problem is.

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    • Slate Blue Saxophone I think I looked at the wrong budget initially, so I've sent you two emails. When you have a moment, respond back and we'll go from there! :)

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  • @faness_ynab I followed the instructions and my Total Available available for next month and current cash accounts do not match.  Are you able to help please?

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    • Beige Captain I enabled support

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    • Hi Beige Captain ! It looks like that difference is located in a closed account. I sent you a quick email walking through it. Let me know if you have any questions!

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      • Herman
      • herman
      • 4 mths ago
      • Reported - view

      Nicole  This is not my issue but I'd like to understand how this could be.  As I understand it, you can't close an account with a balance.

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      • bevocat
      • Sometimes, It Just Sucks to Be You
      • bevocat
      • 4 mths ago
      • Reported - view

      Herman Happens all the time. Account zeroed out and closed, then another transaction gets imported, scheduled/transferred, etc.

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      • Herman
      • herman
      • 4 mths ago
      • Reported - view

      bevocat  Ynab can record a transaction in a closed account?

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    • Herman What bevocat  said is true - it happened to me just like that!  As a work around of sorts, I recommend you rename your closed accounts.  Precede what its name was with something ridiculous that stands out.  So you do not accidentally import into that account.  Also, double check and ensure to disconnect auto-import :)

       

      Nicole Thank you for your help.  I got everything squared away.  It really is lovely having a perfectly balanced budget.  As always great support!

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      • Herman
      • herman
      • 4 mths ago
      • Reported - view

      Beige Captain  I'm still trying to figure out out how it can happen.  I believe it but I can't see any way to enter a transaction in a closed account.  is it through direct import that it happens?  I disconnect any accounts before I close them.  Or is it file based import? 

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      • Herman
      • herman
      • 4 mths ago
      • 3
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      Beige Captain  bevocat  Ok, I finally was able to reproduce.  A scheduled transfer to the account created before its closed in a different account will post to the closed account.  Learned something new today :)  Thanks!

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  • Not sure if piggybacking on this question is the best route, but I'm new - and it's the exact general issue that I have - so please bear with me! Anyway, My 'Available to Budget' (using YNAB 4) doesn't make sense to me. All of my 'Budget Accounts' are accurate, and yet it says I have about $1,200 more to budget than I even have in my account (some of which is undoubtedly already dedicated to certain budget items). Any thoughts?? Thanks so much! 

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  • Thank you so much for replying. I have 6 'Budget Accounts.' The 'my account' that I was referring to was my checking account. All other accounts are credit accounts. 

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  • Another thing that is confusing me is I add interest charges from my credit card to a budget category, and then to keep my categories balanced, I allocate money to that category (Reimbursable/Debt, in my YNAB). This feels like I'm budgeting money to pay off interest, which isn't something I'm actually doing. Instead, I just make a minimum payment. I bring this up, because that also affects my available to budget, but the bottom line is that I don't have as much in my checking account as the 'Available to Budget' and 'Budgeted' areas of YNAB would lead me to believe. Anyone have a simpler way to approach this, so that 'Available to Budget' is accurate?

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      • mamster
      • mamster
      • 4 mths ago
      • 1
      • Reported - view

      ncpfist Can you post a screenshot? What's your total available amount and the total of your on-budget accounts? Do you have any closed accounts with a positive balance? Any savings accounts? 

      If you're paying down credit cards, it's fine to leave the Interest and Fees category (which is what you should probably be using for interest charges) overspent and allocate whatever you're able to pay directly to the credit card payment category.

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  • Before I resort to posting a screenshot, here is a breakdown of how things are set up:

    • All of my credit card debt when I started clean on YNAB was categorized under 'Pre-YNAB Debt'.
      • Would it maybe make sense to put my credit card payments in that category instead of leaving uncategorized?
    • I then have a master category called 'Debt,' and under that I have an 'Interest' category, which is where I put all of my credit card interest.
      • I let this 'Interest' category just carry over from month to month.
    • When I make payments on credit cards, I just take that away from 'Available to Budget' (i.e. as a transfer).
    • I have $4,421.13 available to budget, and $1,709.44 in my checking account. All of my other accounts are credit card accounts, and are in the red.
    • I'm using YNAB 4

    Please let me know if I should move this to it's own post, or if anyone needs more information, as this seems to be more of a fundamental issue, which includes the 'Available to Budget' issue, but not that only. Thanks so much!

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  • As a follow-up, would it make sense - if I do things as I have explained - for my 'Pre-YNAB Debt' to be the same amount as all of those credit card balances? Otherwise, it will never go down? Now I'm even confusing myself!

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      • bevocat
      • Sometimes, It Just Sucks to Be You
      • bevocat
      • 4 mths ago
      • 2
      • Reported - view

      ncpfist If you're migrating from YNAB4 and you had Pre-YNAB Debt or ever used the red arrow, you're going to have some ugliness to clean up. It would probably behoove you to create your own thread for cleaning up post-migration.

      Never mind. Are you not talking about migrating to nYNAB from YNAB4 at all?

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      • ncpfist
      • Lavender_Tiger.7
      • 4 mths ago
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      bevocat Correct. Sorry, so busy I forget to elucidate substantially! 

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  • Hold up, is this forum only for the new YNAB? I'm looking for YNAB 4 help. I mean, maybe the concept is the same, but yeah, hmm...

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      • mamster
      • mamster
      • 4 mths ago
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      ncpfist People definitely answer YNAB 4 questions in this forum, but starting a new thread with YNAB4 in the subject would be a good idea.

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