How to Print the Chart of Accounts
To print the chart of accounts, go to Accounting → Chart of Accounts and click export to excel. Then print the resulting report. Alternatively, this may be printed from the Universal Report by choosing Reports and clicking the Universal Report under the Accounting heading. This report may be customized by clicking the Show Settings button and adding or removing fields, grouping, filtering and conditional formatting.
Printing Chart of Accounts
How to Setup the Chart of Accounts
AccountingSuite™ comes with a standard Chart of Accounts. You may add, change or remove these to suit your needs. You can import your own chart of accounts or you can even copy it from another client if you have more that one AccountingSuite™ ...
The Chart of Accounts
You can check these articles to know more about Chart of Accounts : ★ Charts of Accounts Overview ★ Working with the Chart of Accounts ★ Sample Chart of Accounts ★ Importing and Exporting Charts of Accounts
Chart of Accounts Overview
Chart of Accounts The Chart of Accounts is a listing of all the accounts in the general ledger, each account accompanied by a reference number. To set up a chart of accounts, one first needs to define the various accounts to be used by the business. ...
Sample Chart of Accounts
CHARTS OF ACCOUNTS Category Account Code Description Current Assets 1000 Petty Cash 1010 Cash on Hand (e.g. in cash registers) 1020 Regular Checking Account 1030 Payroll Checking Account 1040 Savings Account 1050 Special Account 1060 Investments – ...
Importing and Exporting Chart of Accounts
Importing Chart of Accounts There are 2 ways to import an account/s to Chart of Accounts in AccountingSuite™. From the Client List and from a CSV File. Importing from Client List Importing from Client List is when you want to copy a Chart of Accounts ...