As far as moving accounts into a nested position later, I think you can use the "Edit Account" functionality to change the Parent Account setting. Found this out after carelessly creating an account in the wrong place. You don't need to delete anything. The program automatically updates all the transactions that reference the moved account. Also extremely convenient when I had to enter dozens of transactions is the autofill. I'd get the wording of the transaction, like "Reinvest Dividends : SBUX" or "Reinvest Cap Gains : SBUX" the way I like them. Any further transactions I only need to type enough text of the transaction description to uniquely identify it, and all the splits are automatically brought in; I just need to change the numerical values for shares, cost, etc. It's a very nice feature. My favorite invocation of this is when I'm entering a paycheck. It's got 13 splits, which would be brutally tedious to have to enter every time. Plus, the amounts for the splits are based upon the last transaction, *not* what a certain program with a Q used to do (based it upon useless percentages).
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