Why is Net Worth in Trends Incorrect?

On the "Trends" page, assets for Net Worth is incorrect. I would expect Assets to be the SUM of Cash Accounts & Investment Accounts. On the "Overview" page where it shows Net Worth, that is what Assets are listed as; Cash + Investments. On the "Trends" page it has an extra $3,000.


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The data is the data, so without seeing yours it will be difficult to say what's wrong in your specific instance.  Are you reviewing a daily view or a longer-term view?  Is it possible you had a payment in transit and it was just temporarily off?  Like a $3000 mortgage payment leaving your checking account on 3/1 but not reflecting at your mortgage company until 3/4?  From the trends page, if you hover over an amount, you can usually click and bring up the numbers behind the total.

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