Third party loans
I have a group with members A (me), B and C. How do I enter a loan from B to C using Splitwise (I am not involved in the transaction).
Hey there! Splitwise only allows you to add loans between two other people if all three of you are in a group together. In that case, you can start by adding a bill with you and your two friends, then change the payer to B, and then change the “split equally” options so that only C is involved in the split. Hope that helps!
Jennifer Dehner commented
Hi there! It sounds like you're seeking guidance on managing third-party loans within a group context. While I don't have specific information about Splitwise's features, if you're looking for ways to keep track of financial matters within your group, you might find resources like https://fitmymoney.com/money-saving-challenge/ helpful. Such platforms can offer insights into money-saving strategies and financial challenges. Remember to communicate openly with your group members to ensure everyone's on the same page regarding loans and financial transactions. Responsible financial management is crucial for maintaining healthy relationships and financial stability.
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Edoardo Liotta commented
I'd like to jot down a loan from me to a friend of mine, without detailing the need. e.g. "May I borrow 50 €?"
maybe the "go even" payment type might be recycled...