In Briox Accounting you work digitally. You can easily create supplier invoices and journals. You can register supplier invoices for authorisation, post on cost centers, and split your accounting into multiple journal series. You can enter standard purchase accounts on each supplier, see the account balance directly in the journal entries, enter transaction information on each coding row and much more. You can also get a clear picture of your company's financial position via reports and diagrams.
When you start working with Briox Accounting, you need to fill in your company details and then check that you have the settings that suit you in the program. If you have previously worked with accounting in an another program, you can import journal entries, chart of account, and suppliers to be able to bring with you all your previous data. As a first step, we recommend you to review the following:
You can find your company settings in the sidebar on the right hand side of the screen if you click on the gear. Under Company Information, you will see the information you have registered when you created your account.
Create a financial year
The next step is to create a financial year. A financial year must be available for you to be able to work with accounting and register your supplier invoices as paid. When you create your financial year, you also have the option to choose the chart of accounts if you do not want to work with the standard chart of accounts provided by Briox.
The following settings should be reviewed:
In all cases there are default settings, which allows you to start working directly if you want to.
Fill in your Bank Settings.
Control the Default Accounts. A number of standard accounts are already set up, but if you prefer to use other accounts, change them under Registry - Chart of Accounts - Click on Chart of Accounts - Default Accounts.
If you do not want your first supplier invoice to be numbered as one, you need to enter the number you want it to get in the settings for number series .
Finally, you you have the possibility to use different Journal Types to structure your accounting in a good way.
You can also set up journal templates and automatic codings to facilitate your work in the future.
Add or import suppliers
When you are done with the settings, it is time to add your suppliers to the supplier registry. If you already have an existing supplier registry, with your information organised in columns, you can import the file to Briox.
Create supplier invoice
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