For sanity's sake I imported the Quicken file into another financial program and the results were similar to what is in Quicken. There were many many more accounts that are closed (aka zeroed balances) that GNUcash was reporting differently. And if the account had a balance when I selected closed in the new software that account was removed from the balances. I think it is in the importing process that causes many issues as categories and certain transactions were broken out into their own accounts. Looking like I'll forgo GNUCash for now. Thank you for all the input.


On 8/10/18 4:30 AM, Colin Law wrote:
I would have expected a closed account to have a zero balance.

Colin

On Fri, 10 Aug 2018 at 09:51, Bridgit Griffin <bridgitgrif...@gmail.com <mailto:bridgitgrif...@gmail.com>> wrote:

    I recently imported 20 years of financial data. The issue I'm
    facing is
    that marking an account as hidden doesn't remove the balance from the
    total of the higher level accounts. Such that only active (unhidden)
    accounts are reflected in totals. Being accustom to Quicken that did
    have this feature either through a close option or hiding the account
    removed any of the balances in those accounts from totals. I can't be
    the first person who has encountered this, but searching didn't
    produce
    any relevant results. Any suggestions are welcome. Thank you.

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