Teaching accounts, openings “2” and / or “3”,

Teaching the importance of learning about the financial numbers by creating and presenting reports on revenues and costs for each business. Once created, the business will be able to make important decisions faster and with more financial knowledge. For that, we will also provide a How To Do document, as this example below, for one of our clients named “Self-car”:Cash Flow_Selfcar1. Purpose:Pretend to show in a single report the financial transactions involving the company Selfcar, compiling the movements of the billing systems and expenses.Input takes place on the screen called “Postings”.And the consult screens are from the Cash Flow and the respective Dashboard.2. General Recommendations:Use of Microsoft Excel 2013 for access to all facilities / usability.Password for file access: Selfcar.A. Consult ScreensShow ina Cash Flow format – per account (and group) and month – the imputed data in the”Postings” screen.Data is displayed in 12 moving months, starting from the selected initial month. It is possible to check the averages by changing the number of months imputed.For further details on groups and accounts, openings “2” and / or “3”, which opens the report, or the “+” options in the specific groups, must be selected in the upper left corner of the screen.Displays automatically and graphically the data recorded on the Cash Flow screen.The graphical reading is done to indicate the main sources of billing, and the main expenses, be it Taxes, Variable Costs, Fixed Costs, or Expenses.It also indicates the general movement between Revenues x Expenses, in the 12 months indicated in the Cash Flow screen.B. Input ScreenThe input – information input – must be done exclusively on the Postings screen, according to the description indicated in each column, namely:I. Column Nomenclature: Fill by drop-down list, with the name of the account to be filled, and may be revenue accounts, costs or expenses.II. Column Code: Autocomplete, which will indicate the account code chosen in Column I. It looks for cases where the account does not exist, and will be automatically indicated “Verify”.III. Column Value: Free filling of the value of the account inserted in Column I. Usually for revenue, the value must be positive and for expenses, costs or expenses, it must be negative.IV. Column Date: Filling free of the item’s due date (or payment).V. Column Note: Free fill in case you wish to comment.How much to the work for Input, it is advised that these must be done previously in database generated by the system. It is also intended that the impute occur monthly and in sequence, avoiding risks of duplicate insertions of databases.C. ScreenshotsEdit screens are available if you want to enter new accounts in the Revenue (Incoming) or Expense groups. To do that, you have to use as an example the already inserted accounts and evaluate in which profile the new accounts will fit.