Income Statement

By |2021-07-08T21:34:00-05:00March 23rd, 2018|Comments Off on Income Statement

Introduction

Reports the profitability of a business over a specific period of time.  In the report, income, cost of goods sold, expenses, and the resulting profit or loss are shown.  NOTE: When you assign a bill to a customer you must invoice the customer before the bill shows up on the report.

Options:

1. The ability to choose a date range using the choices provided or to customize which dates you would like to view

2. Side-by-Side Comparison

a. $ Comparison

i. $ Difference = Column 2 – Column 1

ii. $ Difference = Column 1 – Column 2

b. % Comparison

i. % Difference = (Column 2–Column 1)/Column 1*100

ii. % Difference = (Column 1-Column 2)/Column *100

3. Additional Report Options

a. A check box to Show Accounts with Zero Balances

b. A check box to Show Income by Deparment

c. A check box to Show Non-Departmentalized Transactions

4. A check box to Compare to Budget (if available)

5. Show Income From This Customer

a. A check box to Include Children

b. Filter by Assigned Technician

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