CashBook can be run stand-alone or integrated to Signet's General Ledger, Creditors and Debtors systems, and is designed to record, report, and graphically present data on your bank account transactions.
Multiple Bank Accounts can be maintained (limited only by your available disk space).
In order to facilitate detailed allocation of your transactions, CashBook allows you to allocate each transaction to an Allocation Code. The allocation code is 50 characters long, allowing extreme flexibility in analysing where you are earning and spending your money.
This Allocation code is used as the General Ledger account code. If you are not linked to the General Ledger, these same codes can still be used, and later converted to GL account codes when you decide to link.
A full reconciliation feature is incorporated to allow accurate comparison to your bank statement.
Debit orders can be entered into CashBook, and are thereafter posted automatically each month (after confirmation).
CashBook also allows the management of Sub Ledgers. This facility allows you to separately track transactions for your Petty Cash or Credit Cards, with consolidated transactions being transferred to the main bank account.
Each transaction comprises the following:
Reconciliation is done on screen, directly from the bank statement. This same screen also allows you to calculate the balance after ANY transaction.
In addition, the transactions can be viewed on screen in any of the following sequences:
Each transaction can optionally be allocated to one or more allocation codes.
CashBook allows you to perform split postings (i.e. the amount of the transaction could be split to several allocation codes). An unlimited number of separate allocation codes can be entered per transaction.
CashBook allows you to create any number of Sub Ledgers against any Bank Account.
This is useful for:
CashBook features the following reports:
CashBook allows all of the above reports to be directed to the Screen, Printer, a Disk file, or the Windows Clipboard for pasting into other Windows applications.
Also, each report can be requested over a specific period only (using a start and end date).
Cheques can be printed, with the actual layout of the cheque being under your control.
A Graphics facility allows you to examine your data in a graphical format (bar chart, pie chart, line chart, etc).