So I just did my first Amazon import - YAY! - Merry Christmas to me!
I see all of the new entries, example below:
|12/14/2020|[Amazon Order] 112-6837942-9696201 (2 items)|Transfer|$110.73|||Amazon|
|12/14/2020|[Amazon Item] Thorne Research - B-Complex #12 - Vitamin B Complex with Active B12 and Folate - 60 Capsules||-$18.72|Visa - 8422||Amazon|
|12/14/2020|[Amazon Item] Brooks Women’s Ravenna 11||-$92.01|Visa - 8422||Amazon|
At first, I thought that the importer matched the charge amount and removed the “offset” credit card transaction, but then I looked further and found the 2 entries a few days later:
12/16/2020 Purchase Authorized on 12/14 Amzn Mktp Uso5634 Amzn.com/bill WA Sx4543 Card 8422 -$92.01 PREFERRED CHECKING
12/18/2020 Purchase Authorized on 12/14 Amzn Mktp Us4a3sc Amzn.com/bill WA Sx2549 Card 8422 -$18.72 PREFERRED CHECKING
Leads to my question - what is the best practice here? I want the amazon import workflow bc it tells me all the details but I don’t want duplicate transactions.
I dont need the credit card transaction anymore…or do I?
Do you leave the credit card transaction category or give it a hidden category for reporting and then categorize the Amazon ones?
I assume there is an AUTOCAT process to be ran