- Trial Balance Report: provides a quick check of the balances in each account and verifies that debits equal credits. It does not provide any detail for the accounts.
- Balance Sheet Report: provides current data on the financial condition of the company as of the date the report is run or for a specified period. Accumulations to asset, liability, and equity accounts are included in this report.
- Income Statement Report: shows the relationship between the revenue generated and the expenses paid for a specified range of periods.
- Chart of Accounts Report: consists of all the established and individual accounts, each of which can be thought of as a holding bin or accumulator of dollar values. Print the Chart of Accounts Report to see a complete list of the accounts you have entered in General Ledger.
- Customer Statements: You can print customer statements at any time during an accounting period. If you choose to print statements, you can do so for all customers, or a range of customers with a specific AR Code. To include customers with a balance of zero, select the Include Zero Balances check box.
- Customer Listing: Use this report any time you need a general list of customer names or numbers. For example, perhaps you want to assign customers to your sales team based on alphabetical order, customer number, or one of the other sort options. The AR Customer Quick List can be printed for all customers or a range of customers. Other selection parameters include customer name, customer type, and any of the established User-Defined Fields.
- Aged Analysis: shows the total due amount for each customer and detail history of items posted to the customer account. Amounts for each aging period also appear on this report. Banks often ask for this report when considering the ability to repay a loan.
- Aging Report: The Aging Report provides a list of vendors to whom the company owes money. This report shows a vast amount of pertinent information about your vendor accounts. There are several options that you can use to sort or filter this report. A few of these are vendor number, product type, vendor name, vendor status (all, active, inactive, or temporary), transaction type (all, invoice, payment, debit invoice, payment correction, credit/debit adjustment, or unapplied debit), AP Code, or period. You can also set a specific range for the different criteria included in the report, group the vendors by their AP Code, and show the aging by either due date or invoice date. If you really want to decrease the amount of records printed, select to exclude zero balance to omit those vendors to whom you owe nothing. Since this report can be very lengthy for each vendor depending on criteria set, we suggest you separate the records by activating the Page Break on Vendor Number check box. You also have an option of adjusting the size of this report depending on your selection in the Report Type field.
- Quick Vendor List: prints a list of active vendors, inactive vendors, temporary vendors, or all categories of vendors, depending on the selection you make. You can also sort the report by the vendor number, vendor name, product type or the AP Code.
- Overdue Report: provides you with a list of vendors whose invoices have not yet been paid and are overdue for payment. You can sort or filter this report by vendor name, number, product type, AP Code, overdue date, or any additional filters you have created.
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