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How to: Set Up the Chart of Cash Flow Accounts

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

In the cash flow forecast, the individual values that affect the cash flow of your company are arranged by using cash flow accounts. You can set up the chart of cash flow accounts.

To set up cash flow accounts

  1. In the Search box, enter Cash Flow Accounts, and then choose the related link.

  2. On the Home tab, in the New group, choose New to create a new cash flow account.

  3. In the No. field, enter the cash flow account number.

  4. In the Name field, enter the cash flow account name.

  5. In the Account Type field, select an account type to identify the purpose of the cash flow account.

    • Entry - An account type that you register forecasted amounts to.

    • Total – An account type that creates a total. You must fill in the Totaling field.

    • End-total – An account type that is filled in automatically by the Indent Chart of Cash Flow Accounts batch job.

  6. In the Source Type field, select a source type.

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    The source type that is specified in the chart of cash flow accounts is used when you enter lines manually in the cash flow worksheet. When you use the Suggest Worksheet Lines batch job, the source type is controlled by the batch job.

  7. In the G/L Integration field, select an option.

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    When a cash flow account is integrated with the general ledger, either the balances of the general ledger accounts or their budget values are included in cash flow forecast.

  8. In the G/L Account Filter field, enter a filter to specify that only the entries that are registered to the filtered accounts are included in cash flow forecast.

  9. Choose the OK button to close the window.

  10. Repeat steps 2-9 to set up a new cash flow account.

  11. After you have set up all the cash flow accounts, on the Home tab, in the Process group, select Indent Chart of Cash Flow Accounts to update the structure of cash flow accounts.

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If you have entered definitions in the Totaling field for accounts of the End-Total type before you perform the indent function, you must enter them again because the function overwrites the values in the Totaling field. The indent function moves all End-Totals to the corresponding Begin-Totals and indents the accounts that lie in between.

To add comments to cash flow accounts

  1. On the Navigate tab, in the Cash Flow Forecast group, select Comments to enter additional information to a cash flow account. This information can be about the contents of the fields. You add these comments as text lines.

  2. Choose the OK button to close the window.

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This procedure is optional.

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