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thanks for showing me the options. Copying a report to an
excel/Calc-sheet is not the problem, but really is a nuisance.<br>
What would be the problem to add a further coloum to the "Income and
expenses [time period]"-report that simply divides the total sum by
the periods looked at?<br>
Also, it would be great to see a <i>moving average</i> to get an
idea how things have changed: "Did it really have an impact that we
tried to buy food on cheap offers more frequently?" or "how much did
I actually earn spending so much more time on ebay?"<br>
Sorry I cannot contribute myself, but my family (which is actually
the reason I have to track our money) keeps me from spending time on
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 24/08/13 09:05, Thomas Baumgart
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On Saturday 24 August 2013 00:29:39 Yury G. Kudryashov wrote:
<pre wrap="">Christian Weirich wrote:
<pre wrap="">Dear KMyMoney-Team,
When I look at the income and expenses for each category, I am
interested in the average for each category over a specific time period.
Usually I look at the total sum and divide it by 6 or 12 myself.
That is one option, another one is to use the budget feature which allows to
enter a yearly amount and spreads it in even parts over the year. Comparing
the budget against the actual values (another available report) shows you if
you are below or above average.