Use the Index
If you would like to get access to a demo version of the index, please click on "Guest user" in left column.
Your Own Version of the Index
In order to use the system with a customized version of your own data, you will need to send your General Journal, Chart of Accounts, and opening balances. We will be glad to walk you through the process of putting your data into a format that our system can use. Send files to: email@example.com.
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Our system works in pure text so the reader can comprehend anything retrieved.
Data conversion and preparation
Our retrieval of complete journal entries can display the complete line and supports columnar searches. The Journal will be converted to a pure (rectangular) flat text file.
Charts of Accounts often differ among packages and firms. We expect to modify the chart to our internal operation. Once a chart is in our format, addition of new account numbers is automatic but you may be asked to enter captions for the new accounts and any caption changes. If you do not send adjusting entries, we will need new balances each year.
First-time users: If your computer people can produce a flat text file of the journal, that is preferred. Else, we will attempt the conversion and verify by e-mail or telephone. Charts of Accounts and opening balances (separately or in trial balance form) are welcome either in text or excel form.
Regular users: We plan to work with copies of journal backups: the most efficient is a 2nd copy of the journal log. If you send quarterly or monthly journals, note that the index is always cumulative for the current year.
Long Account Numbers: Be careful of what you ask for. We can select specific columns and make a shorter, more generic, and usually more useful account number for search and comparison. Our maximum length is 30 characters. It is better for your firm to select the shorter number and attach it to the beginning of each journal line. Each entity, brother-sister or subsidiary may have a separate chart of accounts. Subsidiaries are limited to one layer from parent.