I'm balances are usually caused by transactions that involve more than one currency or purchase or sale of stock or other commodity.
One way to get closer to any transaction that may be causing the I'm balance is reduce the time window until the imbalance disappears, then work back to find the date when it appears. Then look at all the transaction s for that date in the journal. My tablet is changing my words around and it sometime s won't let me fix them. If I recall you can try to isolate which account has the I'm balances. David C On Feb 13, 2018 5:44 PM, "Rich Shepard" <rshep...@appl-ecosys.com> wrote: > I'm puzzled how I can find the source of the imbalance at the bottom of > the 2017 trial balance report when both the checking and saving accounts > reconcile with the bank's records (as of today). The trial balance period > is > 1 Jan 2017 through 31 Dec 2017. > > Please provide a clue stick where I should start looking. > > Regards, > > Rich > > _______________________________________________ > gnucash-user mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > To update your subscription preferences or to unsubscribe: > https://lists.gnucash.org/mailman/listinfo/gnucash-user > If you are using Nabble or Gmane, please see > https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Mailing_Lists for more information. > ----- > Please remember to CC this list on all your replies. > You can do this by using Reply-To-List or Reply-All. > _______________________________________________ gnucash-user mailing list email@example.com To update your subscription preferences or to unsubscribe: https://lists.gnucash.org/mailman/listinfo/gnucash-user If you are using Nabble or Gmane, please see https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Mailing_Lists for more information. ----- Please remember to CC this list on all your replies. You can do this by using Reply-To-List or Reply-All.