Yes, "Cash in Wallet" is a cash account. As I mentioned earlier, I think it was automaticlaly created when I set up asset and expense accounts via the KMyMponey wizard.
While posting the screen shot, I decided to create another cash account. I named it "Spare Change." I went to create this new account, I first set it up as a financial instution, which I later figured out was wrong. The thing is, I created it in a roundabout way, but got it created and placed in the correct area.
Now, the game plan is to track the actual cash in my wallet and the spare change from the purchases.
So, if I have20 bucks in my wallet and buy a morning coffee for .99, I'd pull out a buck, pay for the coffee, and get a penny back.
In the splits area, "Cash in Wallet" would read a .99 purchase plus .01 in change which would be added and transferred at the same time to the new Spare Change account. The dollar would be deducted from my "Cash in Wallet" account. Now, I have 19 dollars in my "Cash in Wallet" account and a penny in my Spare change account. I have a new spare change jar in my desk drawer. All spare change will be thrown in there and tracked in the new spare Change account.
My Question is, am I doing this correctly? I think I am, because if I pull a dollar form my wallet, pay for something and get change back, the purchase price plus the change equals the dollar amount. Since I can't place the coins in my wallet, I simply move them over to a new account.
As far as encryption goes, I change the expiration date on the key pair I created from "never" to yesterday's date. I was still active yesterday, so I'm assuming that it has expired today.
I'm going to close down KPgp and disable its auto-start routine. I'm simply not comfortable with the way it works. it's not the program, its my understanding of it. I'll have to go back and learn it little by little. When I feel comfortable enough, then I'll give it another go. I think I jumped in to soon. Plus, the KDE bug with key pair creation in the GUI didn't help.