Repeating depostis have disappeared

I have made a loan that I get monthly check for. This is now the second month in a row, maybe third, when Quicken [2019] didn't enter the "pending deposit" at the beginning of the month, so when I went to deposit the check it is "new" rather than "Match" This isn't a problem in terms of the register, but I rely on the principal/interest split in the deposit. I have never exactly understood how the "you've made a loan" stuff works, but I've apparently got something misconfigured. Any guesses as to what I might have done a few months ago to break this and how to fix it? Thanks!! /Bernie\
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Bernie Cosell                     Fantasy Farm Fibers 
bernie@fantasyfarm.com            Pearisburg, VA 
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} I have made a loan that I get monthly check for. This is now the second } month in a row, maybe third, when Quicken [2019] didn't enter the "pending } deposit" at the beginning of the month, so when I went to deposit the check } it is "new" rather than "Match"
I *think* I found the problem. I looked at the payment sheet associated with the loan and it said that the next payment was due on 8/1. I have no idea how/why it got set to that, but I calculated the interest/principal for the May 1 payment and I reset that to say the next payment was due on 6/1. We'll see if it works.
Side question: in a case like this, is there a way to compel Quicken to enter the register entry for the payment? I tried setting the 'next payment' fields to 5/1 but it told me you can't set it to an already-past date.
/b\
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Bernie Cosell                     Fantasy Farm Fibers 
bernie@fantasyfarm.com            Pearisburg, VA 
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"Bernie Cosell" wrote
If no payment has been made (in Quicken) for the past date, you should be able to change the "Due Next On" date of the Reminder in Manage Bill & Income Reminders.
Once you've done that, you should not need to recalculate the principal/interest; Quicken should use the existing loan payment schedule to get the principal/interest split correct for the Due Next On date.
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