We've made it possible to duplicate a transaction in order to speed up data entry. Some customers have noticed that sometimes the duplicate is not an exact copy of the original - the transaction date is sometimes just like the original and sometimes it's the today's date. This article explains why this happens.
If the most recent transaction in your account is older than 14 days, we consider that the entire account is not up to-date and we show the date of the original transactions when duplicating.
If the most recent transaction is less than 14 days in the past (or today, or in the future - it doesn’t matter how far in the future though) we consider the account up to-date. So when you duplicate, by default we use today's date.