The General Ledger is the most detailed accounting report. It lists all accounting entries, sorted by account number and transaction dates, displaying the debit, credit and balance of each account. Year-to-date totals are presented for each account family. As the General Ledger can be very long, users can filter by account, family or date.
The Trial Balance displays the balance for each account in your chart of accounts.
The Balance Sheet shows the value of your business and is often used for financial partners, such as banks. The Balance Sheet summarizes at a given moment what the company has, including "assets" (such as land or buildings) and resources, called "liabilities" (capital, reserves and loans).
Profit & Loss
The Profit and Loss calculates the difference between revenues and expenses and allows the company's profits to be viewed for a given period.
A/R Aging Receivable - View Customer Due Date
Use A/R Aging Receivable to view and print a list of clients who owe your business money. This report will provide you with a PDF file with current and past balances that are due.
A/R Aging Payable - View Bill Due Dates
Use A/P Aging Payable to view and print a list of suppliers to whom your business owes money. This report will provide you with a PDF file showing the current and past balances that are due.
The Tax Report allows you to view and print a preparatory report for your VAT return for a given period.