2013 Budget and Budget Reports

I just upgraded from 2011 to 2013 and am having fits with the budgeting function.  First, there are categories for which I have budgeted amounts and which I checked to show as visible, but they are not showing up in the budget screen or budget reports anywhere.  It seems like the category doesn't exist even when I check it to be visible.

Second is the budget reports.  I have budgets for transfers, but despite changing every setting I know, I cannot get the transfer categories to show in the reports.  I have had to resort to putting everything into an Excel spreadsheet to get an accurate report.

When you spend $100 for a product, it should make your life easier, not harder.  Anyone have any similar issues or solutions?


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The new reports (I upgraded from 2011 to 2013) are abysmal. My long-used tried-and-true Saved Reports no longer work. Can't seem to get sub-totals in categories, and have yet to find a workable "Actual to Budget" report.

I've been using Quicken since version 4.0 in 1995.

I'm extremely disappointed. This is hardly an "upgrade experience" which will encourage people to upgrade each year.
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