This Nmbrs functionality may work or look differently in another country.
Below you can find a direct link to the country specific explanation on this matter.
This article describes how to work with general ledger schemes and how journal entries can be set up and displayed. It also explains the cost allocations that can be applied, as well as the export and possible integration of journal entries.
Following subjects are mentioned within this article:
General ledger scheme
The articles below describe how a General ledger scheme can be created, modified and deleted:
The articles below describe how and where the journal entries are displayed:
It is possible to enter a cost allocation. You can link an employee to one or more cost centres (and/or cost units).
You can also influence this cost allocation by adding a wage code or (worked) hourly code to the cost centre:
- Cost allocation
- Cost allocation: Setting percentages
- Cost allocation: Adding a wage code
- Cost allocation: Adding an hour code
- Setting up cost centres
- Changing the cost centre for the employee in a pay period that has already been paid
Integrating and exporting journals
The journal entries can be exported to .pdf, .xlsx, .txt and to any other formats that can be read in your accounting package. The article below explains which export formats can be downloaded from Nmbrs.
There is an integration with Nmbrs for a number of accounting packages. This means that the journal entries can be sent directly from the Nmbrs to the accounting system or that the journal entries can be retrieved from the accounting package. This applies to the following packages:
To send the journals to a bookkeeping system, you can use the Journal Export: