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    Hil commented  · 

    I agree... Or the other option I was thinking was splitting the transfer field. So you would enter say Expenses in the first field and then Auto:Repair, Auto:Gas, Boat:Repair, etc. in the next field. Then if it is an expense type transaction default the next tab move into the Withdrawal field.

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