Budgets for monthly saving towards a future bill suddenly missing

Last month I setup a budget to set aside $100 each month for Christmas Gifts and expect expenses of $500 every 5 months. Your next payment is in December 2016.  Everything looked good.  I've used budgets like this in the past.  This month, the budget is gone, and it's not the only one like this that disappeared.  I can build it again, but it won't include the $100 that I saved last month.  Please look into fixing this issue.

Update: I built it again in September, after not hearing back from support.  Now it's October and the budgets disappeared again.  To make things more complicated, it looks like the budgets are deducting from my total, even though they're not appearing on the list.  I wish support would respond.  Now looking for a new budgeting option.

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