Situation is, I started using Manager in the year 2016. But, now some of my investments in fixed deposit/ mutual fund is getting matured which was invested 3 to 5 years back. This is an income which was earned 3 to 5 years back (Prior using Manager). So, if the investment gets matured and credited into my account, it will be shown as income in current year. So, how should I manage such entries?
For example: Rs. 100 earned and invested in fixed deposit in the year 2013. Now, maturity amount is Rs. 100.00 (Principle amount) + Rs. 10.00 (Interest Received) = Rs. 110.00 (Received in current year).
What I feel is, Rs. 100.00 earned, then invested (Posted to fixed deposit/ mutual fund account), then matured and credited back to my bank account. This completes the cycle. But for that I should have old transaction details with me and I am not having it.
Instead of uploading old bank statements & identifying the transaction then posting to the respective fixed deposit account, is there any other proper way to manage entries?