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The Trial Balance
The Trial Balance
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Also called a trial balance, the Trial Balance will show you the credit and debit balances of all your accounts for a given period.

In other words, it will help you to see if there are any errors in the journal accounts and if your accounts are in balance. Please note that the accounts balance when the debit balances are equal to the credit balances.

To access the Trial Balance from Analytica you have to:

  1. In the navigation bar, click on Analytical, first, and then on Reports.

  2. Access Finance from the central button or the list on the left.

  3. Click on Additions and Balances in the list on the left.

Once in the Trial Balance, you will be able to:

  • Filter: this function will allow you to display all groups of accounting accounts or choose between: Basic financing, Non-current assets, Inventories, Customers and suppliers, Financial accounts, Purchases and expenses, Sales and income, Expenses imputed to equity and Income imputed to equity.

  • Browse by number of digits: if you choose one digit, you will see the accounting account groups, but if you choose two digits you will also see the subgroups. It should be noted that second level subgroups are composed of three digits and framed accounts are composed of four or more.

  • Search by words, amount and account number: if you want to look up a certain account or accounting group, you can do so by keyword, amount or account number. All you have to do is type one of these options in the search bar and Holded will find the information and display it on the screen.

  • Addtags: tags allow you to mark contacts, products, documents and journal entries within Holded. They are useful for consulting and analysing the information you have added to the platform.

  • Export the Trial Balance in Excel and PDF format. When exporting, you will be able to download the complete table or the information you have previously selected.

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