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I have the same request as quant. I use the Memo field for each split entry. The answer provided by base64 works and provides what I need, but requires a couple of steps, where, with an option, that same information could show up directly in the account register. Currently, all other split entries for this transaction also show up in the selected account ...


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GnuCash 4.0 (released 27 June 2020) contains a number of improvements including exactly the feature sought by Jono. The previous shortcut methods like typing a recognisable part of the parent account name still work - for example, typing Exp:Gro:Cof should be recognised as Expenses:Groceries:Coffee. But now in Version 4.0 typing Cof in the Account field ...


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The GnuCash Android app is not intended to automatically sync with your desktop GnuCash app. The developers explicitly state this on the GnuCash page on the Google Play Store: NOTE: that the app does not offer full compatibility with GnuCash for the desktop. You cannot synchronize between the desktop app and this one. But you can import your accounts and ...


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Yep, that means those transactions were already imported. You have probably already imported that file.


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As you have already found, GnuCash requires you to link each Account ID (from your import file) with an Account Name in GnuCash. The good news is that you only need to do this once for each Account ID - GnuCash remembers the links that you made in previous imports and automatically applies them to similar transactions in future imports. In your second, ...


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If Mitt Romney was writing this reply, he'd reply, "Options are securities too, my friend." And for that reason, every trade made in them in the USA is listed on Form 8949 (Sales and Other Dispositions of Capital Assets). Well, at least my past and present brokers do so. In addition, realized losses can result in wash sales. For these reasons, tax ...


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