You can have a free depreciation schedule template on this page. Depreciation is an accounting procedure to calculate the reduction in value of a tangible asset of capital of the company due to its usage and passage of time. It is a professional way to have an idea abou read more
The chart of accounts often abbreviated to COA, is the foundation of the double entry bookkeeping system. It is basically a listing of all the accounts found in the general ledger that the business will use to code each bookkeeping transaction. This sample chart of acco read more
Depreciation is a business expense, it represents the reduction in value of a long term asset due to wear and tear. There are various methods used to calculate the depreciation expense one of which is the double declining balance depreciation method. This calculator read more
There are various methods used to calculate the depreciation expense one of which is the declining balance depreciation method. This calculator will perform the declining balance depreciation calculation for you, and work out the annual depreciation expense and the depr read more
The debt to equity ratio is the ratio of how much a business owes (debt) compared to how much the owners have invested (equity). This Excel debt to equity ratio calculator, available for download below, is used to compute debt to equity by entering details relating t read more
The cost of trade credit calculator can be used to calculate the annualized cost of offering early payment discounts to customers or alternatively of not taking early payment discounts from suppliers.
T Accounts are used in double entry bookkeeping as a visual representation of accounting journal entries. Debits are recorded on the left and credits are recorded on the right. This T accounts template will enable you to quickly produce your own accounting entries to read more
The accounting ratio calculator can be used by any business to calculate the most important accounting ratios. Accounting ratios are used to analyse business trends and measure performance of both the business and the management. One accounting ratio viewed in isolat read more
The general ledger, sometimes called the nominal ledger, is one of the books of prime entry in a double entry accounting system. A trial balance extracted from the general ledger can be used to prepare the financial statements of the business.
The chart of accounts often abbreviated to COA, is the foundation of the double entry bookkeeping system for a small startup business. It is basically a listing of all the accounts found in the general ledger that the business will use to code each of its bookkeeping tr read more
A petty cash reconciliation sheet is a business accounting document which is used to carry out a reconciliation of the physical petty cash and paid vouchers to the authorized petty cash float. Reconciling petty cash is an important part of the internal controls of a read more
A job cost record forms part of a job cost system, and is used to accumulate manufacturing costs of direct materials, direct labor, and applied overhead for a particular job. Direct materials and direct labor are actual values taken from material requisitions documen read more
Analyze and evaluate accounts receivable over a 5 year period with this tool. All information can be reviewed graphically over time to provide additional context. Eight key ratios are calculated off of a few inputs. These ratios include Days Sales in Trade AR, AR Turnov read more
Use this excel template to track when follow-up is needed on outstanding invoices. First, enter the customer/invoice specific information. Then determine the length of time until follow-up is required and the formulas do the rest. We’ve included notes within this templ read more
Enter the inputs for the loan, and a simple amortization schedule is produced. This schedule is designed using an Excel table, and includes a dynamic print range so only the applicable information will print.