Financial and analysis reports

Software: MoneyWorks accounting solution

MoneyWorks has lots of financial and analysis reports built-in. The reports come with the standard ‘output to’ option of Preview, Printer, Email, HTML, Text file, Numbers, Excel, Word, Clipboard, and PDF file. These give the user an option to output the report into a spreadsheet to analyse with tools which they are familiar with, create a chart or graph from the exported data, import into another system, or keep a soft copy instead of hard copy prints (save the earth 🙂

page setup

Besides, you also have an option of adding a report title, page number, date printed or change the page orientation from portrait to landscape from the print setting.

page setting

It has a powerful report writer built-in which allow the user to create a custom report or use the analysis function (from the File menu) to analyse the sales, purchases or job profitability. For example, you may tag ‘xmas18’ (for Christmas 2018) to a transaction user field, and then create an analysis report to measure the product sold or profitability of this year’s Christmas promotion. Or you may analyse sales from an advertisement, trade show, or a government grant (such as PIC, SMEs Go Digital, etc.)

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How to track job and project in accounting software?

Software: MoneyWorks accounting software

It’s essential for the job or project-based businesses to measure job profitability. It gives the business owner a breakdown of the job-related income, expenditures, and a bottom line of whether the job is making money.

You have an option of enabling the full job costing and time billing feature, or just showing the job column to enter the job references in the transaction when turning on the job function from the Document Preferences of the MoneyWorks accounting software.

By showing the job column alone allows you to tag a job code on the GL (general ledger) account when recording a transaction such as Sales Invoice, Purchase Invoice, or Payment.

On the other hand, if you do keep stock (inventory) for both trading and project, or require job sheet to enter the time cost or resources used; then turning on the full job function is a better consideration.

Job Preferences

MoneyWorks debits the cost of goods sold and credits the accounts payable (or bank) when a product has tagged to the job in a purchase invoice (or payment). On the other hand, the product cost transferred from inventory assets to the cost of goods sold when the product transferred from the existing warehouse to the job via a job sheet entry.

Job transaction

Job account summary, job profit and loss detail, etc. are job reports which can print from the report menu once transactions have recorded; or you may create an analysis report from the File menu based on your requirement. It gives an income and expenses overview of the job and eases the tracking of the job profitability.

Job Reports

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Recurring journal entry

Software: MoneyWorks accounting software

The recurring transaction is a transaction having the same accounting information which records into the accounting system on a periodical basis. Prepayment, accrual, depreciation, maintenance service, or rental invoices are examples of a recurring transaction. The accountant has to record the transaction manually when due or uses a recurring feature in the accounting software to automate the process.

For example, you invoice a customer for maintaining their office IT at $3,600 per year but only to realise the income progressively at $300 per month. In this case, you have to issue an invoice of $3,600 to the customer and charge the amount to a deferred income account (which is a current liability account type) instead of a sales account. This invoice debit accounts receivable and credit deferred income $3,600, and debit the bank and credit accounts receivable when payment received from the customer.

Next, enter a journal to debit deferred income and credit sales account of $300 and set the journal as a recurring transaction to record into the accounting system automatically when due for 11 more months. $300 will show in each month profit and loss report, and cumulate to $3,600 after the final recurring transaction has recorded.

Recurring journal

Similar concept applied to the purchase invoice and payment. Assuming you paid for insurance which premium covers until next financial year. You can use the prepayment account instead of insurance expenses when recording the premium paid to the insurance company. The payment transaction debits the prepayment (which is a current assets account type) and credits the bank. Then, enter a journal to debit the insurance expense and credit prepayment for the next six to twelve months or until the premium ends.

The recurring transaction feature can apply on a Sales Invoice, Purchase Invoice, Receipt, Payment, or journal; the automatic process helps improve the productivity of an accountant and bookkeeper.

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