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P 2019-01-01 USD ILS5
2019/01/01 set initial assets balance
(assets:banks:ils) ILS500
(assets:banks:us) USD100
2019/11/07 Salaries Israel
expenses:salary:Israel ILS400
assets:banks:ils
2019/11/07 Salaries US
expenses:salary:US USD50
assets:banks:us
2050/12/01 Salaries Israel, in the far future
expenses:salary:Israel ILS150
assets:banks:ils
2050/12/10 Salaries US, in the far future
expenses:salary:US USD150
assets:banks:us
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amitaibu commented Nov 7, 2019

Here's how I'd want to see the info - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vTXi3v3QZ8fXdgfA5rqEfiy1cMOBAm2ut-x1qKPMx9A/edit?usp=sharing

The important parts are:

  1. I'd like to easily know whenever a transaction will cause one bank to go below 0
  2. Since I'm able to transfer money from bank to bank, I'd like to know when the values of both banks goes below 0. Related to that is probably the question of how to I define the conversion rate of the imaginary 1 USD == 5 ILS
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