Forum Post: RE: Project budgets entered after the project has costs posted to it

Hi,

Is there anyway to update the “consumed budget” on a project budget to include already posted costs if the budgeted it added retrospectively. I have added a project budget to cover all of 2020

However the consumption only counts costs posted after the budget was created. 

Is there anyway to recalculate the consumed budget to include all costs posted in 2020?

Thanks

Dave

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