Master Builder

 

Of late software usage in the financial sector has seen a steady growth. Many organizations are increasing dependent on the financial software to manage their bookkeeping and accounting functions. This calls for an expert accounting firm that has knowledge on the various accounting software to manage your books. We at BKO2I have extensive knowledge on the functioning of major accounting software available. In addition to the standard financial software, our team has the capability to work on customized software that best suits your business needs. Our team undergoes periodic training to understand the new software and to upgrade their skills. So far we have worked on all the major accounting and have been successfully able to deliver it.

 

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Accounts Payable


Accounts Payable gives you tighter financial controls over your expenditures so you can avoid overpayments, double-payments, and fees. You’ll lessen the chances of fraud, mistakes, or supplier errors with automatic invoice entry from purchase orders. Receive warnings when budgets, subcontracts, or purchase orders have been exceeded for improved job cost management.


 

 

Accounts Payable Reports

 

  • Vendor List
  • Payable Journal
  • Vendor Insurance
  • Invoice Journal V
  • Vendor Aging
  • Vendor Payments
  • Vendor Balances
  • Payable Ledger
  • 1099 Balances
  • Vendor Payment Journal

 

 

Accounts Receivable


The Accounts Receivable system serves as a marketing, sales contact, and document control tool, as well as a means of managing receivable accounts. The client database contains sales information for tracking prospects from the first point of contact to the close of a contract and completion of a job.


 

 

Accounts Receivable Reports

 

  • Receivable List
  • Receivable Liens
  • Receivable Contracts
  • Receivable Invoice List
  • Invoice Aging
  • Accounts Receivable Aging
  • Receivable Journal
  • Receivable Income
  • Cash Receipts
  • Receivable Ledger
  • Receivable Call Sheet

 

 

General Ledger


General Ledger forms the backbone of the accounting system. It receives information from all functions that affect the accounting process including Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll, Inventory and Service Receivables. You also can make entries directly into the General Ledger for cash, checks, deposits, journal transactions, and recurring transaction.


 

General Ledger Reports

 

  • Trial Balance
  • Balance Sheet
  • Income Statement
  • Ledger
  • Ledger Summary
  • Journal
  • Journal Summary
  • Check Register
  • Chart of Accounts
  • Department Income Statement

 

Payroll


Payroll automatically generates accurate labor costs by calculating all your accruals as well as basic pay items on a line-by-line basis for every timecard. Even liability insurance and small-tool costs can be included in the payroll calculations and automatically posted to job costs. You also can include any of the standard 401k, 408k, "cafeteria," and qualified benefit plans to save money on payroll taxes and workers' compensation.


 

Payroll Reports

 

  • Employee List
  • Employee Rates
  • Employee Earnings
  • Payroll Checks
  • Payroll Totals
  • Federal Tax Report
  • State Tax Report
  • Workers' Compensation Report
  • Year-To-Date Earnings
  • Quarter-To-Date Earnings
  • Employee Documents
  • Employee Hours

 

 
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