Have the bookkeeping under control with double-entry bookkeeping, do the financial statements and balance sheet

With CashCtrl it is easy to keep an accounting. The journal is a clear table view and the columns can be shown and hidden.

You perform the year-end closing yourself, CashCtrl supports you with a checklist. The operation is intuitive and comprehensible. Efficient work, both for experienced and professionals as well as for beginners.

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Do the complete double-entry bookkeeping yourself

Keep the accounts, issue invoices and make purchases throughout the year. Keep the accounting up to date with CashCtrl. The accounting period is variable and can be customized. Once the chart of accounts is set up, business transactions can be posted independently — even without a trustee or extensive experience in financial accounting.

Screenshot of the journal

Manual booking in the journal or automatic booking by orders

Bookings are either entered manually in the journal, or made automatically by the software by creating an order document such as an invoice. Whatever you prefer.

If manual entries are repeated, the software directly suggests the debit and credit account.

Screenshot of the booking window

Annual financial statement with income statement and balance sheet

For the year-end closing CashCtrl supports you with a small ToDo list, which can be supplemented with own points. Once these are done, a mouse click completes the year. This opens the new fiscal period and the transfers are automatically calculated and booked.

Screenshot Todo List Financial Statements

Always up-to-date: balance sheet and income statement

The annual report with income statement and balance sheet is updated with every posting. This means that up-to-date reports are always available. The annual report can be downloaded as a PDF at any time at the touch of a button. Et voilà.

Report view file

Screenshot of a balance sheet report from CashCtrl

In a nutshell. Accounting with CashCtrl means:

  • Financial accounting with double-entry bookkeeping
  • Manual booking in the journal or automatic bookings by orders
  • Do the year-end closing and balance sheet yourself

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