ckmcdonald wrote:I believe All Members is all members of the ward (have memberships).
I believe the other 3 are subsets of All Members.
If this is correct, the report should never include anyone whose records aren't in the ward?
Donors are not always Members. And some Donors who are Members are not among the All Members of the current ward. So Donors is not a subset of All Members. It includes any of the All Members who actually donated, along with those from outside the membership of the unit who also donated.
All Members includes each person who currently has a membership in the ward. That way, the bishop can see that there is a tithing declaration for All Members of the ward.
Nondonors and Undeclared would be subsets of All Members. Some members will not have donated, and will be included in the Nondonors filtering parameter. And the bishop, needing to see that there is a declaration for All Members can filter the Undeclared to concentrate his inputs with those records.