Net Income graph should always start at zero

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bjubes
bjubes Member
edited March 1 in Using Reports

The axis on the net income report chooses an arbitrary value to start the X axis. This makes areas of the bars comparing income and expenses useless as their size doesn't show their scale to another. An income bar 2x higher than expense doesn't mean that you saved 50% of your income, it can actually be only 20% if the axis chooses a higher place to start.

This should at least be the default option if not changed.

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  • ajbopp
    ajbopp Member ✭✭✭✭
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    Can you provide a redacted screenshot of what you are seeing? My net income report does start a 0, and as far as I know always has for me.

    Anthony Bopp
    Simplifi User Since July 2022
    Money talks. But all my paycheck ever says is goodbye

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