Looking to group certain budgets together. For example I have a House and Rental, and I would the associated budget categories to be nested under a parent category.

As mentioned above I would like to have a parent category:

House and Rental, then under the appropriate parent category / budget and the child budgets under.

Example:

House - Parent budget

  • House - Power - Child Budget
  • House - TV - Child Budget
  • House - Water - Child Budget

Rental - Parent Budget

  • Rental - Power - Child Budget
  • Rental TV - Child Budget
  • Rental - Water - Child Budget

Does this currently exist or is there a possible work around? The current layout of the budget works, however I just want to see a high level view of my over-all spending. Where is stands now I just see 'home spending' but I would love for that to be broken out by 'home' vs 'rental'


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