How to create rule for "Concur Expense _______"?

I make frequent purchases for my job that are later reimbursed through Concur.

The way it works is, I buy something with my credit card, submit a report, and once it's approved, I receive reimbursement in the form of a direct deposit to my bank account.

This transaction always takes the form "Concur Expense YYMMDD Description Description Description"

I'd like to create a rule that categorizes all of these as a reimbursement. However, the rule manager won't let me make a rule for all transactions with "Concur Expense."
It'll only let me make a rule re-categorizing "Concur Expense Description," and since no two expenses have the same description, the rule never works.

Please advise.


Hi 65536,

At this time it is not possible to create a rule for any transaction that contains the words Concur Expense. You would have to maunally change the category for each transation. I will tag this thread as a suggestion for our engineers.  I apologize for any inconvenience this causes you. 


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