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Tag: GL Journal Entries


Some of our journal entries were accidentally cleared, but we are not sure how many. Is there a report that can provide a list of cleared journal entries dated for this month?   Read More...


My predecessor configured our GLS Client to a single journal type. Now, when I run a Journal Report, all of my journal entries are grouped under one “General” journal.  Is there any way to add Journals so that payments from clients and checks the firm writes go to unique journal values for easier reporting?   Read More...


There are certain journal entries that I want to group together. However, they are often on different days and have different transaction numbers. I can’t make a deposit slip as most of these are not entries for bank accounts. How can I accomplish this?   Read More...


We recently noticed that some invoices entered in APS had different values than the journal entries that were posted to GLS. Is there a way to prevent this from happening on future invoice postings?   Read More...


I selected multiple expense accounts for a check that was posted last week, and now a question has come up regarding which accounts were used. Is there a way I can see the GLS journal entries that were created?   Read More...


I want to see all journal entries that were entered on a certain date, regardless of their transaction date. Is there any report that will show this?   Read More...


Do you have multiple APS checks and/or GLS journal entries that need to be entered each month? Use recurring entries instead of manually entering them every time!   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...