Organize your finances in a flexible way that fits your business needs and create proper financial statements that you control without too much overhead.

With the Bkper Add-on on a Google Sheet you can represent your financial position in a Balance sheet, performance in an Income Statement and a Cash flow statement. 

Creating your Financial Statement through Bkper Template:

Note: This is an example for explanation purposes, check your financial statements with a local professional.

What you need:

  1. Copy the book template.

  2. Copy the Google Sheets template.

  3. Install Bkper add-on for Google Sheets.

  4. Edit/create the accounts on the book.

  5. Post your transaction on the book.

  6. Open the Financial Statement template and on the First tab (FS 2019)  set a start and end date for this financial statement. 

Note: The next period, only change the dates to make a new statement.  

6. Write queries for accounts or groups referring to the start and end dates on the first tab. 

The formula In Cell C5:

="account:'"& B5 &"' is:checked on:"&TEXT(DATE(YEAR('FS 2019'!$C$9),MONTH('FS 2019'!$C$9),DAY('FS 2019'!$C$9)+1) , "mm/dd/yyyy")


The resulting query:

account:'Citi Bank' is:checked on:01/01/2020


7. The last step is to write a Bkper Formula to fetches the balance values from the book.

The formula on cell B14 

=BKPER_BALANCES_TOTAL('FS 2019'!$C$6, 30, C$5, TRUE, FALSE)


Resulting in the Balance Value of the Bank account on the last day of the period. 

Note:
- All the cells with Bkper Formulas are colored gray.
- Group Columns and rows to meet current patterns of representation.
- Profit and Loss on Google Sheets explains each step to create a financial                       report on Google Sheet with Bkper Data. 

Following this logic you can construct any statement.

Creating your custom Financial Statement from zero:

  1. Create a book.

  2. Create accounts to record your daily transactions and group them in meaningful groups for your business.

  3. Post transactions on your Bkper book and the balance values of the accounts and groups are updated with each new transaction.

  4. Open a Google Sheets

  5. Install Bkper add-on for Google Sheets

  6. Insert Bkper functions ou use the Bkper add-on to bring data to Google Sheets and start creating your Financial Statement.

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