How do I find out how much money I spent on parking in 2014?


Hi natascharkjones,

In order to find out how much you spent on parking in 2014:

  1. Go to your Trends tab.
  2. In the show transactions that match box, enter parking 
  3. Then on the during dropdown, select last year
  4. The pie you can view it either as a pie chart or a bar graph. 

The information will reflect any transaction that includes the word parking in it. If you hover over the chart, a box will pop-up that shows the dollar amount spent and the number of transactions. If you click on the transactions link it will take you to a page that shows all of the transactions that are included.


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