Accounting Introduction

Explanation all function of Accounting menu

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Written by Christian Wijaya
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If you using DealPOS accounting, you can learn more about the features we provide in our accounting application by reading this article. DealPOS automatically creates a journal of POS transactions for accounting purposes. So you don't need to input the journal manually, and the accounting reports are also automatically generated based on the journals that have been successfully created. Check out the article below for a more complete explanation :

DealPOS Accounting

Notes :

DealPOS Accounting was already discontinued from our feature. So, there will be no more update / maintenance / bug fixing again.

Table of Content :

I. Dashboard

Here's summary of financial position show with graphics on going in a period.


II. Cash and Bank

Find out total balance of your Chart of Account of Cash & Bank.

Cash and Bank

III. Chart of Account (COA)

  • Accounts : A chart of accounts (COA) is an index of all the financial accounts in the general ledger of company. In short, it is an organizational tool that provides a digestable breakdown of all the financial. Able to create or add new COA.

    Chart of Account (COA)
  • Category : able to add new category of Chart of Account.

    Chart of Account (COA) Category

IV. Journal

IV-I. Manual Journal

The general journal or manual journal is the book that entity firstly records all of the daily financial transaction from POS automatically. It is also called a book of original entries because all of the transctions are records in this book before moving to other books.

Manual Journal

IV-II. Pay Money

An expense in accounting is the pay money, or costs incurred, by a bussiness in their effort to generate revenues.

Pay Money

IV-III. Receive Money

An revenue in accounting is the receipt money, or other revenue by a bussiness in their effort to generate revenues.

Receive Money

IV-IV. Transfer Funds

Transferring funds debits the receiving such as petty cash and credits the sending cash with the same amount (debits and credits the Journal Entry account) or usually transferring cross Bank Account.

Transfer Funds

V. Reports

V-I. General Ledger

A general ledger represents the record-keeping system for company's financial data with debit and credit account records validated by a trial balance.

General Ledger

V-II. Income Statement

An income statement is one of the three important financial statements used for reporting company's financial performance over a specific accounting period.

Income Statement

V-III. Balance Sheet

Is a financial statement that reports a company's assets, liabilities, and shareholders's equity at a specific point in time, and provides a basis for computing rates of return and evaluating its capital structure.

Balance Sheet

You might also like to read this article :

  • For an explanation of basic accounting, you can check this article : Basic Accounting

  • One of the accounting reports that is commonly needed is the General Ledger, you can check a more detailed explanation regarding that : General Ledger

  • In DealPOS accounting, you don't need to manually enter journals, if there are transactions that are not generated into Accounting DealPOS, you can generate them manually following this article : Generate Journal


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