Cash Flow Shown on Mobile is different than on Desktop

I've noticed for a few months now that the Cash Flow section of the mobile app is showing different numbers than Net Income section of the desktop site.

After looking around a bit I've noticed that they both share the same number of dollars spent per month but not of income earned. Anyone know why this might be and how to fix it? 


Hi jmoraphoto,

I'm pretty sure the reason for this is because these two features aren't intended to reflect the same numbers. More specifically, there are items that aren't calculated into the earned/spent calculations in mobile that are included in the income section of the web (I believe transfers and credits are two such examples of transactions that won't appear in the calculation in mobile that do on the web).

I'm sorry for any confusion this causes.


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