End of Financial Year - Account Balance Report

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With the end of financial year approaching many users are asking how Front Desk can help prepare their business for tax purposes. There is one report that is essential to run after COB on June 30 – that is the Account Balance Report.

It is important that this report is run on the close of business June 30th as this report cannot be back-dated and will only report the outstanding amounts and credits as of the current date and time.

The Account Balance Report is found under Statements/Invoices by selecting the ‘Acc. Balance’ button on the right-hand side.


This report will list all patients with Outstanding amounts and credits, and can be filtered by Patient or Practitioner. A ‘Detailed’ report can also be generated to show the individual transaction details of each patient.

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Printing or previewing and saving this report as a PDF is essential. Exporting to .CSV or Excel format is also available.

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Timothy, Business Care Manager

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Bayside Family Chiropractic

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Can this be generated Friday the 1st 2016 of July before any payments have been made?? 
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Steven, Business Care

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Hi Bayside

We recommend running the report close of business on the 30th June, however you can still run it with the same information displaying 1st July before any transactions have been entered.
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Rae-Ellen Graham

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Is it possible to do a report of Write Offs?
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Timothy, Business Care Manager

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Hi Rae-Ellen. It is not possible to export a list of just write-offs made in Front Desk.

However, you can see a total of all Write Offs via the Transaction report in Front Desk which includes all transactions.



If you do need the details of individual write-offs, as a work around, you can Preview the Transaction report, save it as a PDF and then use the PDF search functions to find the write-offs.



Once saved, open the PDF in Adobe Reader and hit the Ctrl + F key on your keyboard. Type ‘write’ in the search box to identify all write offs you have recorded.

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Rae-Ellen Graham

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Thanks!