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I'm not sure what board to post this on, but presumably some of y'all use quicken with taxes, so...

In Quicken, I am not getting a clear picture of my spending. Say I charge $100 on my visa for a meal. Then I download my visa records and log that $100 entry under meals. Later I transfer $100 from savings to visa to pay that meal. That $100 ALSO gets logged as an expense "withdrawl".

So the $100 meal makes it look like I spent $200 - which makes it look like my expenses are twice what they are.

What am I doing wrong here? More of an accounting question I suppose.
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