We use your paycycle as the date range for all our app analytics, budgeting and spending plan. We recommend you start your paycycle on the day you get paid, and with our tools, we’ll help you manage your money until your next payday. We have made pay cycle as customisable as possible so if you are paid weekly, 4 weekly or monthly we have a solution for you.
If you are looking for a guide on how to set up your Pay Cycle please refer to :
Relevant to users on:
Money Dashboard Neon
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Where can I find my Pay Cycle?
- On the Home tab, your paycycle can be found after selecting your Spending Plan and tapping on the calendar icon located at the top right hand corner
- On the Overview tab, your paycycle can be found after selecting the filter icon located at the top right hand corner, followed by Payday
- On your Profile tab under 'Settings', select 'My paycycle'
- On the Home page you will see the button located at the top right hand corner. Click that and you will see spending plan cycle
- In the Settings menu, your paycycle settings can be found under: 'Application Settings' >'My paycycle'
What does the Pay Cycle do?
Pay cycle defines the dates that you want to see your information:
- On the Spending Plan where we calculate your leftover figure from the day you receive your salary till the next payday. When your budgets reset will also be tied to the date range of your paycycle.
- On the Overview Breakdown page this is spending under categories and income, outgoing and expenses between the dates you define
- On the Overview Trends Page the width of pay cycle you choose (eg last month) will be fixed across all the periods that you choose to look back at historically. Eg if your pay cycle is set at a month the previous comparisons will also be a month wide
Top Tip: On the Overview trends page you can decide how many pay cycles to look back and make comparisons. Look for the button below.
Where should I go next?
To learn how to set up your Pay Cycle please got to How should I set up my Pay Cycle?