Mint.com Question If someone owes you money, let's say $100, is there a way to put in a credit?
Hey Mike, I assume you mean a "strike" against their credit rating?
To my knowledge small claims would be the only way to really get the money back if they are running off without paying, they'd then be libel for court costs as well if you took them there, I don't believe there is a way for an individual to file for a credit strike against another, If there was just think of how easy it would be to just ruin people if you were vindictive/looking to harm people!
If your talking about a problem with a business, I'd just contest the debt if it's on ac redit card or report them to the BBB...
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I mean if you want to keep logs if someone owed you $100 and you want to put it in the personal equivalent of accounts receivable (but record the asset) can you do it there?
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reply to GroovyPhoenxThat word doesn't mean what you think it means.
OP: can you set it up as a miscellaneous account with a $100 starting balance? That way it would show up in your net worth, but not throw our amounts off in our other accounts.
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Hm that's a good idea. Would be nice if it had EE and I savings bonds as well w interest. It's kind of incomplete.
reply to Mike
Not sure if this is what you are looking for but:
Mint.com does not have any way to track expanses at all. Good for checking accounts and investments.
If you want something to use that is free to track who owes you what, waveaccounting.com is great.
I use it for my small business and it works well.
It looks neat but I like the way mint can track live expenses through various accounts / CC etc.