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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Financial Management.
Birmingham : Packt Publishing, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Cristina Nicolàs Lorente; Laura Nicolàs Lorente
|ISBN:||9781782171638 1782171630 1782171622 9781782171621|
|Description:||1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: The Sales and Purchase Process; Introducing Microsoft Dynamics NAV; Importance of Financial Management; Posted data cannot be modified (or deleted); No save button; Understanding master data; Customers; Items; Vendors, resources, and locations; Pricing; Defining sales prices; Defining sales discounts; Purchase pricing; Documents; Document workflows; Document approval; Summary; Chapter 2: Managing Payments and Banks; Managing due dates; Payment terms. PrepaymentsUsing credit cards and other payment methods; Posting payments; Suggest vendor payments; Creating and printing checks; Checking customer and vendor balances; Which invoice has been paid?; Bank reconciliation; Summary; Chapter 3: Accounting Processes; Posting accounting transactions; Standard journals; Recurring journals; Allocations; Reporting taxes --
VAT; VAT Settlement; VAT Statements; Managing fixed assets; Creating a fixed asset and posting its acquisition cost; Revaluating fixed assets; Calculating depreciation; Selling or disposing a fixed asset; Canceling fixed asset entries. Inventory valuationChoosing a costing method; Calculating item entries costs; Inbound entries; Outbound entries; Posting inventory valuation to the general ledger; Inventory valuation report; Closing the accounting year; Closing accounting periods; Running the Close Income Statement batch process; Restricting allowed posting dates; Posting transactions on a closed year; Consolidating financial statements; Performing consolidation; Consolidating on single database; Consolidating with different databases; Consolidating with other applications; Reporting over a consolidated company. Setting it upDefining business units; Translating chart of accounts; Summary; Chapter 4: Reporting and Business Intelligence; Understanding dimensions; Defining default dimensions on master data; Using dimensions on documents and journals; Using filters and flowfilters; Applying filters on pages; Applying flowfilters on pages; Creating views; Using reports; Displaying charts; Show as a chart option; Adding charts to the role center page; Using account schedules; Analysis views; Creating analysis views; Using analysis views; Analysis by dimensions. Analysis views as a source for account schedulesBusiness Intelligence with Excel and PowerPivot; Summary; Chapter 5: Foretelling --
Budgeting and Cash Flow Management; Budgets; Creating budgets; Using budgets; Cash flow management; Creating manual expenses and revenues; Cash flow management setup; Summary; Chapter 6: Financial Management Setup; Understanding posting groups; Specific posting groups; General posting groups; VAT Posting Groups; Setting up dimensions; Number series; General setup; Summary; Chapter 7: Other Financial Functionalities; Currencies; Intercompany postings.
|Other Titles:||Dynamics NAV financial management|
|Responsibility:||Cristina Nicolàs Lorente, Laura Nicolàs Lorente.|
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