Financing Fees: Deferred, Capitalized, Amortized

Content Tax treatment How your small- or medium-sized business can take advantage of three significant tax breaks Straight-line method Amortization of Deferred Financial Costs Using Effective Interest Rate Method Related to Deferred Financing Costs Get in touch to find out how we can help you with your accounting, tax and financial needs. Debt issuance is […]

What Is Double-Entry Accounting?

Content The Basics of Double Entry What is the single-entry bookkeeping method? Balance Between Accounts Double-entry in accounting software The personal account includes the account of any person like an owner, debtor, creditor, etc. When we make payment to our creditors, the receiver account is debited, and when we receive the payment, the giver account […]

New Requesting Module, Export Suppliers from PLANERGY to Xero or QuickBooks, QuickBooks Desktop Integration Improvements, and More! PLANERGY Success Portal

Content Banking Transactions Do you offer any demo for SaasAnt Transactions? Export Suppliers from PLANERGY into QuickBooks Online and Xero Custom Reporting By Invoiced Values At The PO Line Level Support SaasAnt Transactions for Xero How to Convert from Xero to QuickBooks? Please note that if you are using both a ledger integration and XPM, […]

QuickBooks 2019 Discontinuation Scheduled Practical QuickBooks : Practical QuickBooks

Content ​When will service discontinuation happen? Like this book? You can publish your book online for free in a few Amazon Employees Are Fighting on Slack About Returning to the Office QuickBooks will not support 2015 versions from May 31, 2018 Never Ignore Update Notifications Collaborating in Virtual Data Rooms The QuickBooks Enterprise solutions will […]

Average Collection Period Formula, Example, Analysis Calculator

Content Formula Step 1: Calculate Your Average Accounts Receivable How to Interpret an Increased Average Collection Period Collection in Real Life Autonomous Receivables How Do You Calculate A Average Collection Period? To calculate the ACP, you divide the total amount of accounts receivable by the average daily sales. First, multiply the average accounts receivable by […]