1) If they're scheduled transactions, one of the quick budget options is to budget scheduled transactions. You can either do that for the whole budget column using the Quick Budget button at the top of the budgeted column OR you can do it by individual cells.
2) You can (which may be earlier in the thread, I didn't read) forward your target or par budget on to a future month. Then, each month you'd just forward it to the one after that. Example: Let's say it's May first and you've budgeted for the month 'just the way you like it' (this is assuming you're operating on last month's income and have all the money to fund the month before the first). Before you do any changes to May's budgeted numbers, use the Quick Budget button at the top of the budgeted column for June and choose the option of using last month's budgeted numbers. It does a copy and paste of that column, basically. You WILL show as overbudgeted in June, but it's not June, so it doesn't really matter. That way, if you make any adjustments during May, you've got your target safely out in the following month.
I, personally, take it one step further because I don't like seeing the red numbers next month. I push the target budget to the month after next. So right now, my target budget is sitting in July. I then zero out (Quick budget button again, budget to zero) the middle month (June in this example). I like to thoughtfully fill it in when the time comes, rather than just taking the static budget. I probably have about 30 categories and it's no biggie to just type them all in. I have my target on the right and my last historical month on the right. Then, if I don't want to see the red, I can change my window size to only show two months. That still makes it wide enough to be workable.
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