Cash Journal compilations under single-entry accounting

The most important book in single-entry accounting is the cash journal. It serves for recording all your business cash receipts and cash payments in a time sequence. Each item shall include description, date and document which serves as the basis for the accounting entry. Each amount of the accounting transaction is reflected as addition to/disposal of financial funds – either kept on bank accounts or as cash in hand.

For an easier use of the cash journal with even more comfort, we added the option of opening compilations, which enables automatic generation of necessary reports. The four optional compilations to be generated from your accounting records are displayed above the ”Cash Journal” window.

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