You want to see the details of an account or print the whole journal for your trustee?
The 2 possible actions are:
Or jump directly to the Account statement troubleshoot.
The Account statement page:
1) Preview the Account statement.
- Account: Choose the account you want to see the details about. It is also possible to choose “All accounts”. If you do so, all accounts with bookings inside will then be inputted in the preview.
- Date from: The date of the beginning of the account statement period. It is possible to look at the situation in the past. All bookings between the Date from and Date until are included in the report.
- Date until: The date of the end of the account statement period. It is possible to look at the situation in the past. All bookings between the Date from and Date until are included in the report.
- “Preview” button: Load the information in the document below. When you arrive in the page, the numbers are from the beginning of your accounting year until today.
Once you push “preview”, the account statement is detailed as such:
- # (number): the booking’s number.
- Date: the booking’s date.
- Description: the booking’s description.
- Offset: A booking is always made of a debit and a credit. The offset account is the other account during a booking. For example if we you look at the account 1010 Bank statement, the offset could be revenues received or costs paid.
- VAT: The VAT code used for the booking if the booking has VAT.
- Debit Credit: the booking’s amount is either on the debit or on the credit. This shows on which side of the booking, the amount is in the account currently detailed.
- Cumulated: the addition of all amounts booked in that account.
2) Print the account statement or export it in pdf or Excel.
Please refer to the support page balance sheet. This is exactly the same way.
You have been looking in details at an account. Now it’s time to make a booking in your accounts.
Account statement Troubleshoot
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