What makes my house balance go up or down?

What makes your balance go up:

If you pay for a shared cost on behalf of other people and add it as a split cost, your balance goes up as you are owed for the portion of the cost that you bought for other people.

e.g. if you add a cost for pizza for £30, split equally between yourself and two other people, your balance will go up by £20.

If you send or record a payment that you made to someone else, your balance will go up.

e.g. if you pay someone £10 with acasaPay, your balance will go up by £10.

What makes your balance go down:

If someone else pays for a shared cost where you owe a split, your balance goes down as you owe for your portion of the cost.

e.g. if someone else adds a cost for pizza for £30, where you have a split of £10, your balance will go down by £10.

If someone else sends you money or records a payment they made to you, your balance will go down as you are no longer owed that money.

e.g. if someone pays you £10 with acasaPay, your balance will go down by £10.

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