My TBB amount is not correct. The Total Available amount is though.

To be Budgeted amount in my YNAB is not correct. However, my Total available amount does show to right amount. Can anyone explain why this would happen? 

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  • More information is needed here. What are you expecting it to be that you think it's wrong? Except for the first time you set up your budget and when you get paid, TBB should always be zero.

    So what are you trying to do and what are you expecting to see that you're not?

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  • Exactly, my TBB should be zero and it is showing that I have $98.31 MORE to be budgeted, and I know I do not. I went through to the beginning to see what I missed and there is nothing missing. 

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      • Tobias
      • Toviathan
      • 7 mths ago
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      Kelly Are your accounts reconciled? TBB is fed from your accounts so making sure the balances there are correct is the first step.

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      • Owlette
      • owlette
      • 7 mths ago
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      Kelly The total of all of your on-budget cash accounts (Checking + Savings + Cash) should equal ( Total Available + TBB). Does it? If so and you have a positive TBB you can go ahead and budget those funds. 

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      • Kelly
      • Salmon_Sound.10
      • 7 mths ago
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      Tobias Yes they are

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  • Everything matches...It is only the TBB amount that is off.  And I cannot figure out why. 

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      • WordTenor
      • I have the honor to be your obedient servant
      • WordTenor
      • 7 mths ago
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      Kelly Did you see the note from Owlette above? Your available in the furthest month you have budgeted + TBB in that month should equal the sum of your cash accounts. 

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      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 7 mths ago
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      Kelly The current month's Total Available is corrupted by credit (yellow) overspending. If you're using that to assess whether it's "working", you could be led astray. Either add that back in or look in next months area. As others have said, looking at the future-most month's budget simplifies the math.

      The money in the budget equals your cash in accounts. Always.

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    • Hey Kelly ! This article can help compare the cash in your accounts to the cash in your budget. If those numbers match, you're safe to budget those dollars. Let me know if things are still looking off, you can enable Support Access and I'd be happy to look closer!

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      • Kelly
      • Salmon_Sound.10
      • 7 mths ago
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      Nicole Thank you! That was exactly what the problem was. My closed account continued to do something. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! 

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