Where's the running balance column?

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  • Hi, Sea Green Viper

    For some strange reason, YNAB did not include a running balance column. I am unable to operate without it. Luckily, there is a Chrome extension called the Toolkit, created by some YNAB enthusiasts that you can use to create a running balance as well as other really nice enhancements. Check it out here:

    https://support.youneedabudget.com/t/y7klxh/chrome-toolkit-for-ynab

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  • Yep, there is no running balance as according to Jess we don't need one and there has been very little complaints otherwise.  So if you want/need one complain. Send a message to ynab and tell them why you need one. The more people that do this the more chance they will add it.

     

    In the meantime as HappyDance said, utilize the YNAB Toolkit. 

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    • whatsup Hi!, Do you know where I can send the message?

      I am a old user from the classic version 3 and 4 and this feature of Running Total is really important for reconciliation. For example I imported from Classic and try to organize the missing ones that I forgot to add some day and because are in the middle the total is not working to me. The same happened with the cash movement. With the Running total instead I can easily find where is the missing transaction. I don't understand why not add, if it is because want a simple interface then let that the user choose to show or not like the classic version.

      I am new with the Web version and I still not understand how to use the Toolkit extension.

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      Cristian Saavedra 

      You would need to send an email to ynab directly. I believe the support email is the one to send it to. [email protected] is the support email I believe.

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    • Cristian Saavedra I’m happy to teach you how to use the extension. I figured it out last night because not having the running balance is a deal breaker for me. Thank heavens people are patching the huge holes in nYNAB or they’d have half as many customers.

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    • whatsup Can Jess explain how to reconcile without a running balance when the total balances don’t match? What’s the trick without the running balance to help you locate the issues?

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    • Maroon General and over 100 transaction pending and by default selected like checked? Because the general answer is click all and check one by one until the total is not match and then you will find the missing one..... Yeah more easy export in Excel do the running total and see the difference inmediate, no? Then why not just add this basic feature?

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  • For what it's worth, I actually have never used a running balance column in YNAB, web or 4. I think I turned it on exactly once in the 2.5 years I used 4 before switching to the web app.  I know lots of people do, so this is not meant to say it shouldn't be there. But it is beyond possible to run a YNAB budget without it. I've been doing it for almost half a decade now. 

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    • WordTenor 

       

      If you’re finishing a month and going through to make sure all transactions are accounted for, and you get to the end and your balance in the budgeting tool doesn’t match your bank, what do you do? How do you determine which transaction is off, missing, or duplicated without starting on the 1st and going through hundreds of transactions?

      With a running balance you can jump to the middle of the month and look at your balance in your bank account and see if it matches the budget balance. If it does, you know the issue is later in the month. If it doesn’t match, you know the issue is before the 15th. Having a running balance makes finding issues so much quicker. I’m curious what you do without it.

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      • WordTenor
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      Maroon General missed this. I reconcile whenever I have too many transactions.  For my credit card account that's maybe every other week sometimes every third.  For my savings account that's about once a year.  But even when I've let it go a really long time, and even when there is an error, I don't find that it takes that long to go through it one by one.  Plus, since YNAB orders  transactions differently than the bank, the running balance isn't as useful as it might be otherwise. 

       I'm not saying that they shouldn't include it for people who want it,  but just pointing out that when someone says "The software is utterly unusable without this feature!"  they are speaking only for themselves.  I have never used it consistently in the entire five years I've been using the program. 

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    • WordTenor Yeah, what you said makes sense. I agree it’s possible without the column, as that is what I was forced to do since it doesn’t exist, but with the column I can do it in less than 1/10th the time. I see no downsides to adding the column as an option.

      And regarding the statements in YNAB being off from the bank - that doesn’t really mater because you’re just trying to more quickly isolate the _day_ on which the issue lies. If you look at the last transaction on the day in your bank and YNAB and they’re off, you know the issue occurs that day or earlier in the month. That can cut down your search in half after checking the balance of a single day (the 15th).

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      WordTenor I don't use the running balance, either. I reconcile extremely frequently - like at least once a week on my primary checking account, usually more. If YNAB did add a running balance column, I would want the ability to hide it. It adds no value for me.

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    • Vibrant That's fine, and I think that's the stance YNAB is taking on this issue.

      However, there are a lot of people that don't reconcile extremely frequently, or that may have significantly more transactions than others. Providing an option (even if its default is off) will give the other portion of the userbase something that's critical to them.

      It doesn't make sense to not add a critical and necessary feature for half your audience because the other half won't use it. Just make it optional ;)

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  • I am blown away this isn't included in nYNAB. A great example of when it's super useful: any time you use a credit card and are looking at your budget at the start of the month. Sometimes charges are still pending and haven't been added (but they belonged to the previous month) while you entered new ones from the current (new) month. How are you supposed to know if you got every transaction or didn't mess anything up by accidentally deleting/duplicating/messing up the total if you can't see your actual total on certain dates?

     

    If you ever notice your current balance is off from what your bank shows it's a complete mess to figure out where the issue is. We accidentally deleted a row on our phone and it took almost 15 minutes to figure out where it was. We had to start on the 1st of the month and go through each transaction until we found the missing one. In YNAB4, we would binary search it by looking at the 15th's balance compared to bank. Are they equal? Yes. Move to 22nd. Same? No... Look at 19th, etc. until you know which day the issue is on. Then you look at a few transactions that day to narrow it down. Without that you have to start from the first day of the month and go through every one. Heave forbid you accidentally change a transaction from a few months ago...

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  • I agree with the running balance comments presented here.  Trying to reconcile accounts is pretty much a long time process and have to pull out the calculator (anybody remember those?) a lot of times.  I have loaded Toolkit several times and it seems the code between YNAB and Toolkit is not compatible.  Please add running balances.  I have been using YNAB since the old beta days, and what's going on without running balances is a pita.  Not all of us are math whizzes and accountants.

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  • I would also like to have the Balance column back.  Makes it much more tedious to find an error when reconciling. 

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  • Hi Maroon , manfromnc , and Chikara ,

    You are more than welcome to discuss the running balance here, and I don't want to get in the way of it, but I did want to mention that we have a feedback form which goes directly to our Design Team for consideration. If you want to see certain features in YNAB, bookmark and submit this form :) 
     

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    • MsTJ
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    Thank you Janelle.  Like the new form.  Have already submitted a request for this feature through help and this gives another way to ask for a running balance.  

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  • After spending about 8 hours (and counting) running down a transaction (Hubby seems to use his debit card about 12 times a day x 4 months) I miss the running balance column.  I installed the toolkit (thanks for that HappyDance ) but also submitted the feature request.  If you lose track of the link Janelle posted you can find it on the main support page https://support.youneedabudget.com/ on the right hand side named "Feature Requests"

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  • Do you know if there's something available for safari? Thanks

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      • HappyDance
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      Cyan Drill 

      This question would get the right attention if it was posted in the toolkit thread I linked in an earlier response. I don't think the toolkit developers would notice a question in another thread. I'm tagging Ben for a response to your question.

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      • Ben
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      Cyan Drill Unfortunately, I don't believe the Toolkit is available for Safari currently. Apple makes things tricky -- it requires a developer account (yearly cost), and all extension updates are manually approved, meaning the extension was constantly behind the other versions due to the delay. At least right now, the number of Toolkit Safari users were so low compared to other platforms that Safari isn't currently a focus.

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      • MsTJ
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      Cyan Drill No, toolkit does not work with safari.  I had to get chrome to use the toolkit.

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  • My understanding is that there are a bunch of silly items like this that still haven't made it into the online version (YNAB 5). Many people using version 4 will never convert and will look elsewhere when v4 is no longer compatible. It's a shame, since Jessie doesn't recognize how almost perfect version 4 was. Synching can sometimes be an issue, but one that i can easily fix, and i would never trade the fat client for the cumbersome internet interface. It's not the same. I don't understand why these companies haven't figured out yet that browser apps NEVER match what can be offered by a full program. Yes, it doesn't help with a revenue stream, but it sure ensures happy, returning customers. Initially, YNAB said that they were working on a full version, but i think that got flushed down the toilet, and i for one, will look elsewhere when v4 is no longer viable. The irony is that v4 is still better than anything out there. I think they really screwed the pooch on this one.

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    • Violet Battery I completely agree. I have the desktop version and it's awesome, even not being maintained anymore. After fighting with YNAB to add a decent bank sync (why subscribe to a service not adding value?), I still couldn't find another solution as complete as YNAB. The ones with the bank sync as complete as I need are way too simple. It's really a bummer see YNAB go this way with such a great piece of software. 

      And, yeah, running balance is a must, SPECIALLY if there's no bank sync for me.

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    • Harry Knoener I concur, have yet to find an adequate substitute. I don’t know what I will do once it dies. There isn’t a reasonable alternative I can find.

      I don’t use bank syncing, much prefer to check stuff for accuracy frequently. Has the added benefit of catching ID theft (I had that unfortunate experience).

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    • Violet Battery Bank sync is where I spend most of my time when doing the finance. If I could avoid that, it would be even faster.

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  • +1 upvote for the running balance column. Please bring it back. If your balance if off and you've entered too many transactions, reconciling is a pain. I've submitted the form and will try the toolkit.

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  • Also +1 upvote for running balance - for people who need to reconcile it is extremely useful and one of the most annoying pain points (thus far) when transitioning from YNAB classic....

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  • I loved the original YNAB with the running balance.  Without a running balance column, I started using other software.  Unfortunately, it was a deal breaker for me.  If I am paying $83 a year, I would expect not to have to bolt on an add-on to get a normal feature.

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  • The biggest reason I need a running balance is for cash flow management. I can see when my checking account will be short when looking at my scheduled transactions.  Otherwise, I have to do the math. Thank you, toolkit!

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  • This is madness. How is reconciliation supposed to be completed without a running balance to compare against? I have just migrated to nYNAB from v4 and this is immediately a huge stumbling block.

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      • JoeDid
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      Pink Foal I never bother with the running balance when I reconcile (although it's valuable for other situations.) I simply compare my YNAB account's cleared balance with my bank/CC cleared balance from their site, whenever I want. They match. We're in sync. I hit 'reconcile' and I'm done.

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      Pink Foal Honestly, I've never found a running balance to be useful when reconciling because the transaction order is rarely the same between YNAB and the bank. Instead, I like to sort by outflow amount, which makes it almost instant to see if the bank's transaction is in YNAB or not.

      I suspect YNAB thinks the only thing people used the running balance for was reconciliation and therefore they believe it's not needed (for the above reasons). Somehow, they've missed the fact it's crucial for cash-flow decisions.

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      JoeDid And if it doesn't match up? How are you supposed to know where the disparity lies? I've installed the toolkit now, but it's crazy that I have to install a third-party extension for such a basic feature. I realise running balance isn't crucial to the model, but it can't be difficult to implement for those who want it. 

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      • monkeyhanger
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      dakinemaui True, but I could usually find staging points where I could reconcile. I don't need it for reconciliation now* but I used to sometimes have to enter vast swathes of my husband's transactions at once. Being able to at least check running balances at specific dates would let me narrow down on where a problem was.

      I agree though that it shows it's real worth for cashflow decisions.

      * We run joint finances, separate YNAB. Odd I know but saved both our sanities.

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      • Anarane
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      JoeDid It's a bigger issue for those of us outside the US who can't sync with our accounts. Everything is manual, and trying to do that without a running balance or sync is beyond frustrating. 

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      • jenmas
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      Pink Foal I just go through the transactions one by one if it doesn’t match. But I reconcile weekly so it’s only ever a handful of transactions. I don’t see how a running balance would help in that process because the transaction order would never match. I don’t use import. 100% manual entry since 2014. 

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      • monkeyhanger
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      jenmas It can totally help because you can normally find a balance at the end of a day, for example, that does match. Particularly if you have a day off spending at some point. And that really helps to narrow things down on a credit card with lots of spending.

      Yes, it’s absolutely less likely to be needed if you reconcile regularly but trust me if you’ve ever had to enter lots of transactions or have only been able to access the account to reconcile irregularly, it is a life changer being able to switch a running balance on.

      I guess it’s one of those where you’ll just have to trust those of us who say it is helpful.

      (Disclaimer: accountant/ex-auditor - running balances or end of day balances are part of the trick of narrowing down where a reconciling error might be)

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      • jenmas
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      monkeyhanger I’m absolutely in favor of having a running balance column because I like to see the “story” of how my money is moving. And I will take your word that it’s useful for reconciliation, I just can’t see how it would help me personally in any way shape or form when I reconcile. 

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      • JoeDid
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      Anarane I have never synced with my banks. Every entry I make is manual.

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      • JoeDid
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      Pink Foal The point is, by using my YNAB cleared balance and the bank's cleared balance, it always matches.

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      • JoeDid
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      jenmas I agree: for this reason, a running balance is essential. For this, thanks, Toolkit.

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      • nolesrule
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      jenmas My bank balance says 1234.56. I look in the running balance, find 1234.56. Everything up to and including that trasnsaction can be cleared without looking at the individual transactions. Boom done.

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      • jenmas
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      nolesrule So that usually works? what if there is no place in the running balance that says $1234.55 because the ordering of transactions is different? Genuinely asking because it’s never occurred to me to use running balance for that purpose. 

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      • Patzer
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      jenmas 

      This sub-conversation is interesting, in that people who really understand budgeting don't see the need for a running balance while reconciling.  Probably the people who don't see this never had an issue where the cleared balance didn't match the bank balance.  Off the top of my head, I can think of a couple ways that could happen:

      I could accept a new transaction that is correct, but already embedded in my starting balance.  That actually happened to me when I first set up importing.  Fortunately, I had a running balance and other account records, so I could find the issue.

      A user could accept a correct transaction without noticing that it didn't match, creating duplicate transactions.  If it also happens to be an amount that occurs frequently (yes, I have this in one of my more active accounts), it would be hard to find with the method of sort by amount.

      A user could, possibly accidentally, delete transactions that are already cleared.  Then they don't re-import and the cleared balance won't match the bank balance.

      In any of these cases, even narrowing the balance down to the day will make finding the problem easier.   Of course, this is mitigated if the account is reconciled every 6 or 8 transactions, regardless of how often that is.

      And that brings on a light bulb:  nYNAB reconciliation is coded with the assumption that it's always done to the online balance, i.e. that the user reconciles very frequently.  For people who reconcile to statements and also import, this has been a pain point.  For comparison, here's a Quicken screen shot for reconciling an account that is set up for importing:

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      • Patzer
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      jenmas 

      Long time user doing only manual entry, here.  When the statement balance says $1234.56 and I have no running balance in that amount, I start looking down the statement (or online account) for the most recent running balance that I *can* match to a running balance in the program.  That narrows down the range where I need to look for the discrepancy.  Last time it happened, I had a credit card charge delayed for 3 or 4 days and the delay just happened to cross the bill cycle date.

      But yes, most of the time my method of reconcile to a statement is simply to identify the line with a running balance matching the statement balance.  Absent a charge that is delayed across the bill cycle date, it's as reliable as matching a cleared balance to an online balance, except I can do it back for three months if I got lazy and didn't reconcile for a while.

      ETA:  Reconciliation isn't really about the easy case where everything matches.  It's really about tracking down the errors in the more rare case where everything doesn't match.

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      • Anarane
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      JoeDid Ah, okay - thanks for clarifying. Nonetheless, I think it's much more difficult to reconcile and keep updated manually without a running balance. I find everything's fine when my transactions are in line, but trying to locate a mistake/issue when a discrepancy crops up is laborious without a RB.

      Ofc, the main issue here is the lack of choice and customisable for users - it's baffling why this isn't a toggle option so those who don't need it can ignore it, but those who do can do so!

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      • nolesrule
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      jenmas 90+% of the time there will be a match at some point. Sure, transactions can appear out of order, but usually not out of order enough to make a difference. And if the financial institution provides a running balance as well, that will at least get you partially there (so you could even reconcile first to that spot if you wanted), and then you can then look at the remaining individual transactions.

      The two major exceptions will always be the check that still hasn't been cashed after a few months or data entry error.

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      • Agent99
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      monkeyhanger This is exactly correct. I use YNAB 4 and I'm constantly comparing the running balance in all of my accounts to that of my bank and cc accounts.  Because the balances SHOULD match once you have accounted for intra-day transactions if you are sync, the order doesn't matter. 

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      • Moohouse
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      My main bank does not display a running balance in the transaction log, or even on the account statements. If they did, I might miss having it in YNAB when reconciling - but I'm not sure.

      I still keep running balance enabled in the toolkit as I like the added information regarding cash flow.

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      • bevocat
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      Moohouse I kind of feel like this might be going the way of paper checks. I do not like this development.

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      • Moohouse
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      bevocat I only vaguely remember paper checks from my childhood in the 80s as they then started being replaced by giros, ATMs, debit cards and corresponding card readers. Lately payment apps also emerged for free and instant peer-peer payments.

      Along with these new payment methods, fees were added to check drawers in the 80s and both drawers and payees since the 90s - which led to a rapid decline in usage. The current fee for depositing a non-local paper check to my bank seems to equal about $30. The same fee is involved for depositing cashier's checks, and mostly those still have some limited usage by companies. In 2015, apparently 0.01% of transactions were done by the combined total of paper checks and cashier's checks.

      I would only accept electronic payments or local cash from a stranger as payment - as I can verify validity easily. Anything else, and we would need to be at my bank - and all my fees would have to be covered.

      Naturally, from people I know well I would accept pretty much anything as long as any fees are covered. But I would do my utmost to change their preferred payment method into something practical. 🙂

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      • bevocat
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      Moohouse I don't like paper checks either! I just meant that paper checks were going away, and it seems like the running balance on your online statement/display of activity might be going away too. That I do not like. Running balance is important.

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      • Moohouse
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      bevocat I don't have any of my old paper statements around, but I'm fairly sure they had a running balance column back then.

      It was probably dropped some years ago due to modernization and simplification.

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      • bevocat
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      Moohouse Most institutions have them on the online statement of activity too. What possible modernization could be accomplished by leaving it off?!

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  • I would like a running balance on accounts like my mortgage and pension, for visual encouragement of how I'm progressing with my goals. This is a psychological thing, not maths or logic, and can make a big difference to some people with a more emotional connection to money. I'd love to not only be able to see the balance column in the accounts transactions, but also click a button to plot it - so I can really see the figures rise/shrink over time.  If there's another good way to do this, I'd love to hear it. I know a similar effect can be achieved in the Net Worth reporting section, but requires too many button clicks for my liking and doesn't work well for debts. I currently feel inclined to track these money goals in a separate spreadsheet, which feels like unnecessary duplication. Thanks!

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      • nolesrule
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      EFS You can use the Net Worth report for a monthly plot. You can filter that report to include/exclude any accounts you wish. Not exactly the same thing, but it might help.

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      • Patzer
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      EFS 

      Running balance in YNAB:  Add the third party Toolkit, which works for Chrome or Firefox.  You also get running balance on tracking accounts.  That doesn't help with your graphing needs; I'm afraid you're stuck with a non-YNAB solution for those.

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      • EFS
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      nolesrule Patzer Thanks for these suggestions! I'll see how I get on with these (and hopefully YNAB will include a dedicated balance tracking feature in future, to help people reach their financial goals)

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  • I REALLY want a running balance column in ynab, for when I make a mistake (often my bank doesn't sync my credit card payment properly, as it automatically subtracts my monthly interest from my payment amount instead of keeping them separate) and I often have to look back to find where the mistake was. A running balance would simplify this so it would only take a couple minutes instead of the arduous process of copying and pasting things or checking cleared/uncleared boxes to get things to line up with the running balance on my bank's register.

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      • JoeDid
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      Forest Green Robot (79b61683c2bf) Your request would carry more weight if you posted it in the Feature Request forum, rather than just replying to a year-old post. There are already requests for a running balance to be incorporated into the native YNAB app, and there was a recent comment from one of the support team that this feature is being considered. Your request could help the effort.

      In the meantime, use either Chrome or Firefox to access YNAB. Doing so will allow you to download and install the Toolkit for YNAB add-on, as Patzer suggested, above. It has an option to add running balances to your account registers.

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  • JoeDid said:
    Your request would carry more weight if you posted it in the Feature Request forum

    The official feature request form is where YNAB apparently wants this information.

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  • In case someone stumbles across this old thread: Running balance is now included in YNAB since some time ago. Can't really recall when, and I can't be bothered to look it up.

    Open the account, Go to View menu -> Show Running Balance. It's off by default and the setting is per account, not global.

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      • HappyDance
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      Moohouse said:
      the setting is per account, not global.

       And has to be set on every computer and on every browser used on that computer. Ask me how I know? 

          17 on-budget accounts, 17 tracking accounts, 20+ closed accounts, 3 computers

      And then I pulled a fresh start.  hahahahahahaha

        😄 It's all good.  I'm just happy to have my running balance.

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    • HappyDance The Toolkit can enable the stock RB for all accounts. You know, for next time. 😆

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