There is a serious bug if different currencies are used. I have two accounts - rubles and dollars. There are two expense transactions on 05 Feb 2019:
- $ 900.00
- 9.000,00 ₽
In https://app.akaunting.com/expenses/payments everything is ok. However, on the main dashboard page in "TOTAL EXPENSES" and in the "Cash Flow" chart, both currencies are counted in the same amount.
The problem is with your currency rates, check out the following article:
I've got the same problem here... in my case i use EUR as the default with as value 1. And besides that i'll also use the currency USD with a value of 0.89325 which is coming from Xe.com as an current averrage.
But after filling in a new bill with for example $10 it calculates the amount back to EUR in an very strange way what i can't reproduce... the outcome of this ends up with € 11,20 which is very odd if you ask me.
Hopefuly you have any fixes for this, it's a nice feature but right now i'm more forced to load those invoice in as EUR instead of USD.
If you need additional information, please let me know.
So far I am liking this software but before I purchase any apps I want to ensure that everything works well and addresses my needs.
I'm having the exact same issue as Harry (This also shows up in the income summary). When we change the currency rate (USD) to 0.89, it converts to EUR by dividing by 0.89 instead of multiplying. (in Harry's example, $10/0.89 = €11,20)
I thought perhaps my interpretation of the rate was wrong so I did the opposite exchange rate of 1.12 but this calculates as it should ($10 x 1.12 = €11,20)
Perhaps there is a bug with rates < 1.0?