lost another scheduled entry

I'm pretty sure this happened before but not often... I have a repeating scheduled deposit. It enters itself every month on the 1st. Except--- it didn't enter the transaction for November 1st. it has been working for a long time. It is especially annoying because this is a loan payment and now I have to calculate the principal/interest split by hand. The December 1st entry is there, just as it should be, and the repeating payments list shows Jan 1st as the next scheduled payment
Any ideas why this might happen? And. is there some easier way to get the payment rescheduled or recalculated?
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Bernie Cosell                     Fantasy Farm Fibers 
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I'm pretty sure this happened before but not often... I have a repeating scheduled deposit. It enters itself every month on the 1st. Except--- it didn't enter the transaction for November 1st. it has been working for a long time. It is especially annoying because this is a loan payment and now I have to calculate the principal/interest split by hand. The December 1st entry is there, just as it should be, and the repeating payments list shows Jan 1st as the next scheduled payment. --------------------------------------------------------------
Assuming your loan is a traditional mortgage loan and depending on what actually happened to the November payment, you may be able to get the correct principal/interest split from the Quicken Loan Payment Schedule.
Open the Quicken loan account to its "Payment Details" tab and click the "View Payment Schedule" button. You can print the Quicken Payment Schedule for future reference.
Otherwise, the lender should have a record of the correct principal/interest split.
As an alternative, you could try: - Backup - Select the Dec 1 payment in its register and Delete it - Edit the loan transaction in Bill and Income Reminders and change it to Remind you in n days - Edit the loan transaction in Bill and Income Reminders and set the Next Due Date back to Nov 1 - Manually Enter the Nov 1 loan payment - Manually Enter the Dec 1 loan payment - Edit the loan transaction in Bill and Income Reminders and change it to Auto Enter in n days
If that does not help, revert to the backup.
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