Quicken 2014 - The budget reports are not showing actuals...just $0 Need a fix.

Report Issue:  Reports > Spending Reports > Budget Reports. 

The actual amount is not showing up in the report.  The actual amount is showing $0.00. 

It does allow me to click into the actual amount ($0.00) and will show the true amounts when I'm in the specific category. 

It should show the actual amount on the main budget report.

Need a fix.
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I was having same proglem however restart did not fix. I just went to PLannning -> Budgets then Budget Actions -> Budget Reports -> Current Budgets. Run Report for each budger report you have then go back to your standard or customized budet reports and actuals show up.
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