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While I was running a report, I noticed that an account was given the wrong account number. Is there a way to change the account number without losing any journal entries?   Read More...


I was asked to open a second client to maintain books for a separate company that one owner is starting. We won’t be integrating this company with Tabs3 Billing or Accounts Payable, but can I use our existing chart of accounts from our current client as a starting point for the new client?   Read More...


When I run my Balance Sheet Report, I see that some of the accounts are printing the right amount, but show as negative instead of positive. Is there a way to change this?   Read More...


The Statement of Cash Flows Report (Reports | Statement of Cash Flows) in GLS shows how the firm’s cash position has changed over a period of time.   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...


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...


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...