You can use the GL Transaction Detail report to research your financial accounts. You can get transaction detail including:
All this information is available in one report. The GL Transaction Detail report is a very useful tool for researching and reporting on things such as Rebate and Cash Accounts. The report is especially great for those financial accounts that are affected by both accounts receivable and accounts payable transactions. Here you can get both in the same report.
The GL Transaction Detail report is available in versions 9.00 or higher. The detail will only be available for transactions entered after the installation of version 8.40. The option is not automatically available and will need to be turned on under the operator's options.
Here is an example of a Rebate report. The report shows the customer invoices that created the credit or liability. It also shows the vouching invoice that created the debit to the rebate account.
This is an excellent report to use to research the detailed transactions of any general ledger account. Like most report options in ProfitMaker, the format in the GL Transaction Detail report can be saved. That allows you to run the exact same report again for a different general ledger or date range, but keep the same format without having to set it up again.
You can run the GL Transaction Detail report from the tree menu under Applications | General Ledger | Reporting | G/L Transaction Detail or the graphics menu on the Reports screen and the Accounting - General Ledger category.
Verify that your system remains "in balance" daily by running the Daily System Checks and Balances report.
The Daily System Checks and Balances report should be run for every business day that your firm has transactions.
Be sure to check the report and fix issues as they are found each day so your system doesn't get too far out of balance and become hard to maintain.
You may choose the "Customer/Vendor wildseek" option to locate a customer/vendor by city, contact, fax #, phone #, name or state.
Wildseek lookups allow you to type in any part of the information. The lookup will then locate any customer/vendor who has that information anywhere in that field in their master (not just at the beginning).