Being able to add compensations to expenses

Hey,

Quick example:
I pay £30 for my month’s water bill. My two flatmates each send me £10, to pay for their part. So, in reality, I only spent £10.
However, in the Summary section of the app, there’s no way for me to add the money from my flatmates to the expense of the water bill. So it still says I spent £30, and it will add this up to my monthly spending, which isn’t the case.
I was thinking of a feature where, for any given expense, I could click on its details page, and select an income that contributed to paying for this expense. In the case of my water bill, when I go to the bill’s details page, there could be a button which allows me to add the two incomes I got from my flatmates to this bill’s cost, effectively making it £10 for me and my budget.

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I think it might be covered in others threads

Splitting a transaction into multiple categories
£35 spent at Sainsbury’s > £25 Food, £10 Shopping (clothes)

Deducting income (s) from a transaction
£30 Cinema - £10 friend transfer - £10 friend transfer = £10 entertainment

And cash

Deducting fixed amounts from cash payment
£23 pizza hut - £11.50 friend cash = £11.50 eating out

Or tracking additional cash like tips on a meal (£55 > food was £50, tip was £5). Charity donations etc

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