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Bkper simplifies finances, with a collaborative bookkeeping workspace for G Suite. It's where you and your peers keep track of business economics together, with bots helping to reduce manual data entry and where you get the financial insights that matter to your success. 

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Create your book

You have two ways to do this:

  1. Use an empty book to personalize by yourself (there isn't any account or transaction created in this book).

2. Use a Template (this books have accounts and transactions already created to inspire you start). Get inspired with Personal or Business templates, prepared from the experience with our clients. 

The books are organized in:

  1. Double Entry Transactions
  2. A Balance Sheet, with balance values of permanent accounts.
  3. A Profit & Loss Statement, with balance values of non permanent accounts.

Create your accounts

You have two ways to do this:

  1. Create accounts before you start doing your transactions.

2. Create while you are making your transactions.

3. Create, automatically, importing by Google Sheets.

Group the accounts

Grouping accounts into meaningful Entities, makes analyses and reporting of financial statements and balance sheets easy, as groups sum the total balance value of all accounts within.

The chart of accounts are organized in:

  1. Accounts
  2. Groups

Create your transactions  

1. Record transactions in the complete box at the top of the page.

2. Record in the simple line box at the top of the page.

3. Record, automatically, importing by Google Sheets.

4. Record a new entry by dropping file(s).

5. Record, automatically, integrating with Google Drive. You can drop files in a folder and get them automatically recorded into your book.

Initialize Balance Values 

Initialize the balance values of your permanent accounts (bank accounts, loans etc.). Learn more.

Consolidate Balance Values

The check mark symbol on the balance values is a strong way to consolidate your book with reality. So you can represent balance values as:

  1. Both Consolidated and Non-consolidated (green and gray check mark symbol - all transactions)
  2. Consolidated transactions (green check mark symbol, checked transactions)
  3. Non-consolidated transactions (gray check mark symbol, unchecked transactions)

Access Balance Sheet and Incoming/Outgoing

1. Follow in real time. 

Access charts

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