My CC is not due the last day of every month
I've had many problems because I could not find actual behavior of YNAB, however now I am beginning to understand one flaw that is sort of the source of almost every misunderstanding. NO there is no magical change on my card when we transition from this month to next month.
I pay off my credit card every month. It's a no-brainer, except YNAB was always lying about what I owe on my credit card, because when the next month started I have still allocated the same total which I need to pay by the due date, but YNAB has no comprehention of when that money needs to be paid so it zeros the balance I will be paying. No-brainer becomes impossible to comprehend.
I need YNAB to understand that the month for a credit card is not from the 1st to the 31st but rather based on whatever date that card is due and will begin charging interest if I do not pay it by that day.
Jeff Hey, I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt, because that's what we do here.
You may not realize that you're coming off as unkind, among other things. We don't do that here.
This forum is for figuring out how best to use the YNAB method/software for the people that ask questions. It can also be a space for people to share wins, losses, and struggles of their financial journeys.
Whenever you're up for a true discussion or you'd like to respectfully try out what people suggest to solve the issues you bring up, people on here would be happy to help, I'm sure.
I only spell this out because the autistic people I know would have preferred to be told directly. I realize that may or may not be your case, so I hope you take this as it's intended.
Thanks for giving us that context about yourself. Have a great day/YNAB time.
Move Light Sound Life said:
This forum is for figuring out how best to use the YNAB method/software
exactly, thank you.
If you think being correct is a problem because correcting someone each time we see incorrect statements is "coming off as unkind," then do what you gotta do and eliminate the correctness from the forum.
"Transaction order" in a financial account context is simply the order in which transactions are applied within the account.
Finally you agree that you were wrong, why did you keep insulting me instead of admiting that this is all it means. It is not synonomous with "date order"
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