An Account represents a category in a company’s ledger in which a financial transaction is recorded against. The aggregation of each Account object is often referred to as the Chart of Accounts. An Account can be classified into one of the following categories, determined through the classification field: Asset:__ Accounts Receivable and Bank Accounts Liability:__ Accounts Payable and Credit Card Accounts Equity:__ Treasury Accounts and Retained Earnings Revenue:__ Income and Other Income Expense:__ Cost of Goods Sold and Office Expenses
The AccountingPhoneNumber object is used to represent a contact's or company's phone number.
The BalanceSheet object shows a company’s assets, liabilities, and equity. Assets should be equal to liability and equity combined. This shows the company’s financial health at a specific point in time.
The CompanyInfo object contains information about the company of the linked account. If the company has multiple entities (also known as subsidiaries), each entity may show up as a single CompanyInfo record.
A Contact is an individual or business entity to which products and services are sold to or purchased from. The Contact model contains both Customers, in which products and services are sold to, and Vendors (or Suppliers), in which products and services are purchased from. A Contact is a Vendor/Supplier if the is_supplier property is true. A Contact is a customer if the is_customer property is true.
A CreditNote is transaction issued to a customer, indicating a reduction or cancellation of the amount owed by the customer. It is most generally used as an adjustment note used to rectify errors, returns, or overpayments related to a sales transaction. A CreditNote can be applied to Accounts Receivable Invoices to decrease the overall amount of the Invoice.
The Expense object is used to represent a direct purchase by a business, typically made with a check, credit card, or cash. Each Expense object is dedicated to a grouping of expenses, with each expense recorded in the lines object. The Expense object is used also used to represent refunds to direct purchases. Refunds can be distinguished from purchases by the amount sign of the records. Expense objects with a negative amount are purchases and Expense objects with a positive amount are refunds to those purchases.
The IncomeStatement object is used to represent a company’s income, the cost of sales, operating expenses, and other non-operating expenses. The object also includes other important values like gross profit, gross operating profit, and net income. This represents a period of time (month, quarter, or year).
The Invoice object represents an itemized record of goods and/or services sold to a customer.
A JournalEntry is a record of a transaction or event that is entered into a company's accounting system. The JournalEntry common model contains records that are automatically created as a result of a certain type of transaction, like an Invoice, and records that are manually created against a company’s ledger. The lines of a given JournalEntry object should always sum to 0. A positive net_amount means the line represents a debit and a negative net_amount represents a credit.
A PurchaseOrder represents a request to purchase goods or services from a vendor. It outlines the details of the purchase, such as the items or services requested, quantities, prices, and delivery details. A PurchaseOrder is a crucial component of the procurement process, but does not typically result in any impact on the company’s general ledger. The general ledger is typically only affected when the PurchaseOrder is fulfilled as an Accounts Payable Invoice object.
A TrackingCategory object represents a categorization method used to classify transactions within an accounting platform. They are often used to group records for reporting and analysis purposes. The most common types of TrackingCategories are Classes and Departments.
The Transaction common model includes records of all types of transactions that do not appear in other common models. The type of transaction can be identified through the type field. More specifically, it will contain all types of transactions outside of: Credit Notes__ Expenses__ Invoices__ Journal Entries__ Payments__ Purchase Orders__ Vendor Credits__
A VendorCredit is transaction issued by a vendor to the accounting company, indicating a reduction or cancellation of the amount owed to the vendor. It is most generally used as an adjustment note used to rectify errors, returns, or overpayments related to a purchasing transaction. A VendorCredit can be applied to Accounts Payable Invoices to decrease the overall amount of the Invoice.
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