Thanks for your help. I saw these classifications but they do not make a lot of sense imho. There is no Lending income in Defi. In Defi you lend a coin and get some other coin back, so it’s always a trade. For example in Venus I lend USDT and therefor I get vUSDT. And later I can change vUSDT back to USDT and the new USDT amount is my old amount including interest. Just check the video: Lending And Borrowing In DEFI Explained - Aave, Compound - YouTube
So on the deposit side we would need sth like “Loan” to make clear, this is a loan that was deposited. And on the withdraw side we need sth like “Loan settled” and interest paid (which is already there). Because the payback is always 1 transaction including the interest, best thing would be to set the interest in the payback transaction as fees. Just not sure if this is ok from a tax standpoint. But manually splitting 1 transaction in 2 doesn’t sound like a good think imho.
These classifications feel a little like someone tried to model classical financial transactions in the tool, but defi works a little different. So e.g. Lending as outflow doesn’t make sense, because Lending in Defi will always give you some other coin back (= trade). But “Staking” would make sense instead of lending, because often to stake a coin you have to send them to a pool.