Is there any way that in the next update, we can have our anticipated income per day listed on the overview screen similar to the timeline of anticipated bills?

It would be extremely helpful for budgetary planning to be able to see side-by-side the projected income vs projected expenses.  Even better would be to be able to see a running tally by day of how much income remains after that day's projected bills are processed.  For example in round numbers, show the $1000 income projected to arrive on the 1st of the month. Then on the 2nd of the month, there are $400 in bills projected to come out so it would show a projected remaining balance on the 2nd of the month as $600.  That way you can see right away if you need to adjust the date of a payment or rearrange your income deposits to correct a day that would have more expenses than income.  Overall I LOVE the program but it would be nice to not have to do those calculations manually everyday.

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