General Accounts Module
Realtime updates. Accurate numbers. Vital reports.
We know how accounting is the backbone of commercial institutions, and that’s why the accounting system is crucial to any company’s pillars. Walnut offers you the general accounts system, which is the core of other administrative systems like sales and human resources.
Whether SMEs or Holding companies, they both rely on general accounting to unify the accounts of various companies in one system, regardless of the number of ownership shares, branches or activities. This is achieved through an accurate multi-level chart of accounts, both vertically and horizontally, with an infinite number of accounts in different currencies in the same entry.
The Most Trustworthy Accounting System.
Multi-Level Chart of Accounts
Where it is easy to deal with both the ledger and sub-ledger for all the main and sub-accounts.
Process Entries in Multiple Currencies
Where dealing with different currencies is very easy.
Dealing with Cost Centers and Multiple Analytic Accounts
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Where all double entries are recorded and reviewed easily.
Manage Subsidiary Ledgers
Accounts payable and accounts receivable due dates.
Bank and Cash Movement
Where bank and cash movements, from receivables, exchanges, bank deposits, and transfers are easy.
Print checks for different banks, monitor post-dated checks, and send alerts to follow up on their collection.
Where you can find a separate section for fixed assets and their depreciation. After entering the asset data (depreciation period, previous depreciation, depreciation type, and method of calculation), the system makes monthly depreciation entries according to the depreciation percentage for each asset, and you can monitor the number and status of assets at any time.
You can find all the detailed accounting reports that you may need in the general accounts system.
A dedicated section to follow up on all the accounting transactions of Vendors.
A dedicated section to follow up on all the accounting transactions of customers.