Accounting Reports

The various accounting reports are listed below:

  • Account Balances: Provide column wise details of Opening, Debit, Credit and Closing for Cash Balance, Bank Balance and Account Balance based on different ledger type (Cash, Credit, Bank, Card and Other).
  • Account Ledgers: Provide entire detail of Credit, Debit and Running Balance of Cash Ledger, Bank Ledger, Card and Account Ledger with Transaction name and date, Instrument type, number and date and other different accounts (Employee PF/HRA, Discount, Delivery, Financier, Postage, Security etc.) of an organization.
  • Cash Flow: Provide total In Flow, Out Flow and Net Flow of cash month and yearwise.
  • Contact Balance: Provide Opening, Debit, Credit and Closing Balance of all contact type associated with an organization.
  • Contact Ledgers: Provide Customer, Supplier, Employee, Contact and Financier Ledger with its Debit, Credit and Running Balance.
  • Ageing R&P: Ageing R&P stand for Ageing Receivable & Payable. This allows drawing total open receivable and payable outstanding balances for a customer and suppliers according to different interval period for which it’s been overdue i.e.30, 60, 90 and 90+ days.
  • R&P Statements: This gives total bill wise outstanding to be received from customers and others and total bill wise outstanding to be paid to suppliers and others.
  • R&P – Ordering Branch: Provide ordering branch wise total Receivable & Payable balances due for different intervals i.e. 30, 60, 90, 90+ days.
  • LBT Reports: Here the user can generate the LBT reports.
  • Tax Statement: Tax statement report comprises Sales Analysis (Sales, VAT, Service tax etc.) and Purchase Analysis (Purchase, VAT etc.) and several other Taxes such as TDS, Transport etc.to be received and paid over given period of time.
  • Trading & PnL: Displays two panels one for Trading Account which shows Gross Profit or Loss results from Direct income and expense and other for Profit and Loss Account which shows Net Profit or Loss results from Indirect income and expense.
  • PnL Statements: PnL stands for Profit and Loss statements. This statement gives total income, expense, revenue and cost an organization incurred during a specific period of time which in turn help management in managing and preparing current and future estimates and budgets.
  • Balance Sheet: A balance sheet shows your business’s assets, liabilities and shareholder equity at a specific moment. Assets must equal Liabilities plus Capital that must be in “Balance” for smooth running of businesses. Vertical and Horizontal report formats for Balance Sheet.
    • Vertical: Displays two panels with same total amount of Liability (CR) on leftand Asset (DR) on right.
    • Horizontal: Provide Balance Sheet with total Liabilities and Assets amount in balance.

Trial Balance: Trial balance shows the opening, debit, credit and closing balance of all type of General ledger accounts for the selected period.