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I’m the bookkeeper with our firm. I’m looking for a better way to track the firm’s cash flow over a given period. Is there a report in GLS that can help with that?   Read More...


I accidentally created a GLS account that already exists, and journal entries were added to it before I caught my mistake. How can I delete this duplicate account?   Read More...


Did you know that you can set up your General Ledger Software (GLS) accounts in an alternate order for reporting purposes? This can be particularly useful when you need to subtotal accounts in more than one way.   Read More...


We are running out of numbers after the decimal place in our Chart of Accounts. Is it possible to add an additional decimal place?   Read More...


Is there a way to print out the list of accounts without the inactive accounts?   Read More...


There is an account on our Balance Sheet that our accountant has said we should stop using, but it has a balance from last year. Is there a way that I can keep it from displaying on the report until we determine what to do with the remaining balance?   Read More...


When working in General Ledger Software (GLS), your accounts do not typically change much once they have been established. Because of this, it’s easy to forget the ins and outs of making changes to the chart of accounts.   Read More...


There are certain Liability type accounts that we want to show on our reports as a negative balance instead of a positive balance. Is it possible to flip the balance type for reporting purposes?   Read More...


I just created a new account; however, the new account is not where I expected it to be in the chart of accounts. Why is this, and how do I get the account to be placed where I want it?   Read More...


When I create and save a new account in the Chart of Accounts, I am prompted to create a paired account. Why do I get this prompt?   Read More...


I use GLS to track and reconcile my bank accounts, but is there a way to do the same for my credit cards as well?   Read More...


Tabs3 General Ledger Software (GLS) is a general ledger accounting program that is based on a double-entry accounting system. Chart of accounts and financial statement formats can be defined, allowing you to use your current chart of accounts. The availability of multiple departments allows you to create reports based on certain departments or the firm as a whole. Journal entries track debits and credits. Optionally create budgets for each expense account, and compare budget and actual amounts from year to year.   Read More...