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You need to edit the exchange rate linked to the transaction as @Alen Siljak noted. But you need to right click and select edit exchange rate on the Expenses:$ or Current Assets:Checking Account splits, not the TRADING splits.


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Well, the way to do it is to represent how your partner is paying for shared expenses and running one or two reports. Scenario 1: Ideally you would make one joint checking bank account (without overdraft) as an additional bank account to your usual ones (in GnuCash this goes under your assets) where you both every month put in pre-agreed money - e.g. 1K on ...


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An added tip in this answer should help you achieve what you need: On your accounts page, there is a little drop down on the right side that allows you to display more columns. One of them is "Last Reconcile Date", and then you can see directly on your account page which accounts need to be reconciled. This way you can glance at your accounts and ...


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the way to do it is to create a transaction report for the dates you are interested in and set filter status to Unreconciled (see below). You can adjust report in very handy ways, for example sorting according to dates (see sorting tab - same picture), rather than account names - if you are looking at expense accounts for example. I would typically want to ...


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As usual its a question of perception. If its your card with her name on it ( you are 100% liable for it) then yes she owes you money. The CC will be a liability one way or another. The key here is the source. You can use an equity account directly to source the payment money from (it will not show as revenu) or you can use assets+revenu account (in ...


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equity accounts in Gnucash are not "your equity" they are "transactions" of "equity nature" basically if you lend something to someone you still "own" it. therefore the money (assets) you have is different but your equity is the same. you can think of equity account as a way to reflect transfers like opening balances (year to year) where you are ...


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My accountants do my tax returns... they advised sending money from one of my accounts to another is a Capital Transfer. Am trying learn how to use gnucash. Mark Description for the transfer as "Capital". For Sender/Remitter am regularly using short codes for sending and recipient accounts. Example: (sender)+space+(recipient) Example: "abc1234 ...


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