Accounts

Estate accounts are entered in the Accounts table. Only one account is entered in the cash register (cash, bank, postal account ...); In Income/Expense accounting more accounts are entered (cash, customers, suppliers ...) and the accounts that refer to existing debt must have the opening amount with preceded by the minus sign (-).

The columns of the Accounts table:

Section
Enter an asterisk to signal a section change. For example, to distinguish Total Assets from Cost Centers.
Values must be entered in the Sections table for presenting the enhanced Statement with groups.
Refer to the Sections page for further details and information.

Group 
Values are added up for the categories that have the same GR. They are fundamental for totalization.

Account
Enter the number or initials of the account to be managed (cash, bank, post).

Description
Enter a description for the relative account.

Gr
Enter a value that identifies the category belonging to a specific group.

Opening
Entering an account balance is only necessary if a new file is opened or Banana Accounting 9 software is used for the first time. When creating a new accounting year, balances will be generated automatically.

Income
This locked column displays the balance of incoming entries. The balance will be updated automatically after each registration.

Expenses
This locked column displays the balance of expenses. The balance will be updated automatically after each registration.

Balance
This locked column displays the balance resulting after income and expenses. The balance will be updated automatically after each registration.

Opening balance

The first time Banana Accounting 9 software is used and new file is created, opening an account balances must be entered manually in the Accounts table Opening column.

Balances for Liabilites accounts must be entered preceeded by a minus (-) sign.
When creating a new accounting year, balances for the new year will be generated automatically.

 

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