Ok. I confirm that with my change I see "0" in the income_statement for a year where the accounts have been closed. But at least it's immediately obvious that the value you see is not the true income_statement. Having a wrong (non-null) value when the year is not yet closed is much more misleading IMO. If it was not clear, the values integrated in the calculations correspond to the "benefits/losses" of the former year which are moved to other accounts. So the value shown for the income statement is really "benefits of year X - benefits of year X-1". Is there no easy way to just ignore the move that closes the fiscal year in the calculation?
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