hide from budgets but not from trends

I know this is not available but strongly recommend!  I have a few tags that I would like to hide from my budgets but not hide from trends.  I want to hide from budgets because they are not recurring expenses and cannot be added to a set spending schedule.  Keeping them in the budget will put me over budget on those months when I have transactions; usually I pull this money from savings to cover the expense.  However, I would like to view them in trends to compare spending habits over time.  Examples are vacations, home projects, etc.  Please please please add this flexibility to hiding accounts and tags! 

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Hi shutson17,

I've added the 'featurerequest' tag to this topic so it can be reviewed by our product team for future consideration.

Thank you for the details on how you'd use this feature and why you feel it's important.

Best,
Jami

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