how do I get rid of the constant annoying popups on the register that says "appears on your stamement as ..."

This pop-up appears telling me how an item appears on my statement and freezes everything while it is appearing for about three seconds.  It is constantly popping up as I move my mouse around the screen.  It makes the software almost unusable because of the way it freezes everything and sometimes covers up what I am looking at.  AAAARRRGGGGG!!!!

This only appears on items that have a blue dot in the first column.  (Which is almost everything in some accounts.)
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