Account Pro Description
Account Pro for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP ans Vista is a user-friendly and flexible multi-lingual accounting and finance planning program.
Account Pro is available in two versions: Account Pro, primarily intended for business use, and Account Pro Lite, a simpler version. Click here for the differences.
Account Pro is capable of networking (up to 3 concurrent users), has multi-currency functionality, the ability to work with cost centers and projects, and it has a function for automatic entry of tax and discount transactions.
The program is based on the principle of double-entry bookkeeping. It can handle both, the British/American and the European way of accounting.
The program is equally suitable for small to medium businesses, institutions, and private users, who want to manage their own money or the finances of an association or club.
The program comes with a number of standard charts of accounts. These can very easily be adapted to particular user requirements. Unneeded accounts can be deleted and any additionally required ones can easily be inserted anywhere in the charts.
Accounting with Account Pro software is very easy. As opposed to 'normal' accounting programs, where erroneous entries must be neutralized (canceled) and corrected by additional entries, Account Pro allows direct correction of such entries. Furthermore, it avoids the terms 'Debit' and 'Credit' for data entry. Instead, an amount sign is used, which makes data entry faster and easier. Nevertheless, the displays and printouts are in accordance with normal accounting terminology.
In addition to the normal accounting capabilities, the program has special capabilities that allow efficient financial planning and forecasting. Not only monthly budgets, but also monthly forecasts can be entered for every expense and revenue account. Monthly and yearly planning reports facilitate an overview of the system as a whole. With these features, realistic forecasts of the financial result at the end of the accounting period can be made at any time.
An accounting period can have a length of between two days and one year. It can start in any month and it may overlap two calendar years.
The data capacities are as follows:
- 2000 accounting systems
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