Adding and editing fund data in the trial balance

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Follow these steps to add or edit fund set data for an engagement that uses the Fund structure.

Note: AdvanceFlow organizes your fund data within a hierarchy and represents each fund level in its own pane within the Funds tab. The contents of each pane changes dynamically, depending on the selections you make in the pane corresponding to the next highest hierarchical level.

(I) Category

(II) Type

(III) Fund

(IV) Sub Fund

  1. With the fund engagement selected in the navigation pane, click the Trial Balance tab in the workspace and then click the Funds Funds button button.
  2. For each category that you'd like to add to the the current engagement, do the following.
    1. Click the Add Add button button In the Category pane, enter a unique category name, and click OK.
    2. To add a type for the new category, click the Add Add button button in the Type pane on the right, enter a unique type name, and click OK.
    3. To add a fund for the selected type, click the Funds Funds button button in the Type pane, click the Add Add button button in toolbar in the upper pane of the Funds dialog, enter a unique fund code, enter a description, and click OK.
    4. To add a sub fund, click the Add Add button button in the lower pane of the Funds dialog, enter a sub fund code, enter a description, and click OK.


      • AdvanceFlow allows the use of duplicate sub fund codes for sub funds used in separate funds. All other set data such as fund codes, type names, and category names must be unique throughout all of your fund templates. For example, you could re-use a sub fund with code "10" for a cash account in separate funds.
      • AdvanceFlow requires that if you include sub fund data, you must include it for all funds. Therefore, if a specific fund doesn't require a sub fund, you will need to enter a sub fund placeholder.

Related topic: Overview of Fund accounting features

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