Why 34 days?

I'm curious where this specific number of days comes from for the 34 day reset!  I thought it would be in the FAQs or basic description but I haven't found it. Thanks y'all!

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  • Maybe someone else will have more specific ideas or can point to a place where YNAB has discussed the reasoning... but I'm assuming it's to fit within YNAB's 34 day free trial period so anyone can join even if they aren't a subscribed YNAB user right now.

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  • Slate Gray Cobra Great question!  Abby is exactly right––it lines up with our 34 day free trial, so new folks who aren't with YNAB yet can jump on board too! 

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  • Thanks ladies.  I guess that begs the question why is the free trial for 34 days, but I'll quit while I'm ahead!

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      • Vibrant
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      Slate Gray Cobra that's an easy one! Its so that no matter when you start your free trial, you are guaranteed to experience how YNAB handles rolling over from one month to the next. (That said - why 34 days exactly instead of 33 or 35, I don't know. 😄)

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      • Superbone
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      Vibrant That’s an easy one too! 😁 People like even numbers.

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