Use this report to review the basic financial position of your company,
in a cash or accrual basis.
The report examines the relative relationship between a company's assets,
liabilities, and owner's equity as of a specified date.
The report contains subtotals for current and long-term assets and liabilities,
and owner’s equity accounts. The total assets should always be equal to
the total liabilities plus owner’s equity.
Owners and shareholders
The Balance Sheet and its report views are available in two versions:
Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services 2005 version
Producing the report
From the Reports menu, click Financial > Balance Sheet.
Select a report or customize option only after the report fully loads.
The report contains the balance for the current month unless you select
a different time period in this field.
If you select Select Dates, a start date is required.
After changing report options, click
You can change the title of the report.
Basis to report
Prints information for a cash or accrual accounting basis.
If selected, it prints the company logo from Company > Preferences > General tab > Reports Logo field.
Multi-company only. If selected, it prints the logo of the employee's company.
Include close year entries
If selected, it includes closing entries on the report.
Use account group summary
If selected - and if the Summarize on Financial Reports check box is selected for the account group - it prints a summary line for all accounts in an account
group, instead of amounts for each individual account.
|Print all accounts
|If selected, it prints all accounts.
Print account number
If selected, it includes account numbers on the report.
|Capitalize account type
|If selected, it displays the headings for the account types and totals in all capitals.
Print customize options on reports
If selected, it prints a list of the options that you select.
Using the reports toolbar
Financial Statement Designer version
Producing the report
From the Reports
menu, click Financial > Financial Statements > Balance
The report contains the balance for the previous month unless you click and select a different time period. The report will include the balance for the end of the month of the time period selected.
After changing the reporting period, click
From the Reports menu, click Manage Financial Statements > Designs. Click Open, and double-click the balance sheet design you want.
Changing a financial statement design
Changing the balance sheet (account groups) template design
Printing a financial statement
Printing a statement group