Trash $ is categorized as "water"; But it's "Trash Pickup." "Edit Details">"Manage Rules" says Trash category is "Trash Pickup" already. My transactions are full of these

The "transaction rules" are way too buggy.  I can't fix them no matter how many times I try.  If an item is categorized as "water", I click manage rules and it says it's already categorized as "trash pickup" as I mean for it to be, how can I ever fix it?  I log off, give it a day, try again, and still multiple items will be under the wrong category and impossible to change.  I change it, click save, and it's right back to what it was.  Or even better, I change one and create a rule, click save, and several businesses are all changed to the new category.  But there's no rule for those businesses in the list. How can I ever use your budget feature?  It's entirely inaccurate because of this, and I can't even fix the problems that I've found no matter how many times I try.  The changes don't take.  They just create more problems and a more useless Budget.

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