GnuCash and loans
richjunk1 at byu.net
Tue Sep 20 09:44:02 MDT 2005
I can see the appeal of never having to enter transactions, but how do you
deal with the risks associated with always trusting the bank?
I regularly find that either a vendor or the bank has made a mistake that
would cost me money if I didn't catch it.
On Tuesday 20 September 2005 09:38, Dennis wrote:
> Sorry to not answer this question.. I don't know. But on the subject of
> complaining about gnucash, I still use quicken because it automatically
> connects to my bank. It's too much work to download files automatically
> even though I know gnucash can import them. I click one button and
> wammo, all my accounts are automatically updated. Not worth the time
> for me to enter all the transactions in manually. All I have to do with
> quick is assign which budget each transaction goes to.
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