The Cash Flow graph allows you to see your total income and total expenses across all of your accounts, month over month. By default it is set to display transactions from this month and includes all transactions except Loan or Mortgage accounts, transactions that are categorized as transfers, credit card payment, 401k contribution, Savings, and Securities Trades
Income: This section shows all of your income transactions for a set date range. On the left is a graph showing a breakdown of your income sources. Click on any section to drill further into those transactions and get a more detailed breakdown. On the right is a graph similar to the overview page that shows only income
Expense: Similar to the Income section, the Expense also shows expenses in both category and month over month graphs. This is a great way to view where your money is going, and is a great help in setting and adjusting monthly budgets.
Transfer Categories: A note on transfers and their related categories being excluded from the My Cash section: These transactions are intentionally excluded so spending on things like Credit Card payments is not double counted (if your credit card is linked, the expense has already been counted in the original transaction). If the Transfer category Credit Card Payment was included in the My Cash section then your spending would be increased by the amount of the credit card payment and your income would be increased by the amount of the credit card deposit in your credit card account. We exclude transfer categories so you get the clearest picture possible of your actual spending in a given month.