[kmymoney] [Bug 427541] Report Filter Bug

Mark Medoff bugzilla_noreply at kde.org
Sun Nov 29 10:27:18 GMT 2020


--- Comment #9 from Mark Medoff <markm10538 at gmail.com> ---
For convenience, I created a single capital gains category to use in
taxable and non-taxable accounts with the intention of filtering out the
non-taxable accounts on tax reports.


On Sat, Nov 28, 2020 at 8:06 PM Jack <bugzilla_noreply at kde.org> wrote:

> https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=427541
> Jack <ostroffjh at users.sourceforge.net> changed:
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> --- Comment #8 from Jack <ostroffjh at users.sourceforge.net> ---
> I see what you're talking about, but it's not as obvious as it might be,
> because you have Taxable Capital Gains (both short and long term) in the
> Non-taxable Retirement account, as well as A000134 and other investment
> accounts with Taxable Trading Account as the brokerage account.  This is
> not
> wrong, but just confusing.
> It's also easy enough to reproduce with this file - start with the tax
> transactions by category, then configure the report - filters - accounts,
> and
> uncheck either the Non-taxable Retirement account or the associated
> brokerage
> account.  Filtering out either of them removes the taxable capital gains
> categories from the report.  Also - the same thing happens starting with
> Transactions by Category, so it's not specific to the Tax related report.
> It
> is also a bit easier to note by excluding all the expense categories from
> the
> report, which just shortens the report.
> Just to help anyone else focus on the problem, there are three transactions
> with short term capital gains.  The last two (for A000162 and A000154) are
> from
> the Non-taxable Retirement account, but the first (for security A000180)
> is in
> A000134, an investment account using Taxable Trading Account for it's
> brokerage.
> Also - if you filter out the Taxable Trading Account, but include the
> Non-taxable accounts, the capital gains categories are again not shown on
> the
> report.
> Summary - there are two brokerage accounts, both of which have transactions
> with two particular categories (short and long term capital gains).  The
> default transaction by category report shows all transaction in those two
> categories.  However, if you filter out either brokerage account (or the
> associated investment accounts) in the report configuration, NONE of the
> capital gains categories are shown on the report.
> It will take some digging to figure out exactly what is going on.
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