Need more Peachtree training? Click here for the complete tutorial. The Cash Manager The “Cash Manager” is available only in the Peachtree Accounting or higher. It has been reformatted in 2009, while in Peachtree 2003-2008 it resembled the other managers, like the “Collection Manager” or the “Payment Manager.”
In accounting, it’s important to understand the different types of financial statements in order to be able to use them properly. The first important financial statement is the balance sheet. A balance sheet is an accounting tool that shows a company’s financial position at a certain point in time. In this post, we will discuss some
Cost behavior analysis is the study of how certain costs behave in a business. Understanding cost behavior is crucial for managers so they can control costs effectively. In this post, we will give a brief overview of cost behavior and the different types of costs a manager can analyze. More information can be found on
In accounting, T-accounts are used to track economic activity within the business. A T-account is an individual record of an increase/decrease in an asset, liability, stockholder’s equity, revenue, or expense. Each T-account consists of three parts: the title of the account, a debit, and a credit. A debit is the left side of the account.
A large part of a manager’s job is planning. Budgets are the main tool managers use for planning and for having financial control in a business. A budget is defined as a formal written statement of a manager’s plans for a time period in financial terms. In this post, we will give some tips and
In small business accounting, some concepts can be trickier than simply recording assets, liabilities, and transactions. Some companies receive advances in payments before actual services are performed. In accounting, this is called Unearned Revenue. Unearned revenue must be reported in order for companies to comply with GAAP* principles. When the company receives an advance, it