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This topic lists the standard reports available from the File > Print Reports screen and includes a short explanation of the purpose and contents of each report. For an explanation of the various report options, see the Fields & buttons section of the Print Reports screen topic.

You can use the application's Report Designer to customize any standard report or to create new firm-level or client-level reports.

Notes

Special information for standard reports

Refer to the following guides for a detailed report comparison between most of the reports in the CS Professional Suite Accounting (CSA), Accounting CS, and Workpapers CS.

Accounting CS Report Options Comparison with Write-Up CS and Trial Balance CS (PDF)

Workpapers CS Report Options Comparison with Engagement CS (PDF)

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Firm reports

Firm reports in enable you to include information for multiple clients in a single report.

To view and print a Firm report, choose File > Print Reports. In the Print Reports screen, click one of the reports under Firm in the available Reports frame and then click the Select button.

Lists general information about each client set up in the Setup > Clients screen for the firm. The information includes client ID, client name, EIN/SSN, Business Address, and Business Phone.

Lists engagement binders for all clients in the firm, including the name, type, status, period end date, report release date, completion date, and days remaining.

Lists information for the firm staff, including ID and name, SSN, business address, business phone, and the total staff count.

Lists all tickmarks that are set up for the firm in the Tickmarks screen.

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Accounting reports

To view and print an accounting report, choose File > Print Reports. In the Print Reports screen, click one of the reports under Accounting in the available Reports frame and then click the Select button.

Lists all account groupings that are set up for the selected client in the Account Groupings screen.

Lists account numbers and balances for general ledger accounts, grouped together by account grouping code and subcode.

Lists all account segments for the selected client.

Lists adjusting journal entries for the date or range of dates specified; optionally includes sections for adjusting, reclassifying, tax adjustment, other, potential, and/or tax code journal entries. This report provides a list of all journal entries.

Lists information about all accounts set up for the client in the Setup > Chart of Accounts screen, such as account number, type, and account description. This report provides is useful when you want to import a Chart of Accounts via the spreadsheet import for a new client that requires the same Chart of Accounts as other clients that are set up in the application.

Lists client information from the Setup > Clients screen. This report provides your clients with an easy way to check the accuracy of their information.

Lists account numbers and balances for GL accounts and groups them together by account grouping code and subcode.

Lists adjusting journal entries for the date or range of dates specified. The report optionally includes sections for eliminating, tax adjustment, potential, and/or tax code journal entries.

Displays balance information with a column for each subsidiary (segment code).

Lists balances for a selected basis type for each GL account. The detailed version of the report breaks the information into each posting period.

Lists account balances and corresponding adjusting entries for a selected basis type.

Lists general ledger account balances for the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, and Changes in Account Balances to help with financial statement preparation and review.

Lists the account number and balances that are itemized by the tax code and M-3 tax code. Balances that can be displayed include, unadjusted, adjusted, and tax basis amounts with their corresponding adjusting and tax journal entries for the year. This report enables you to see which tax codes are assigned to which account balances prior to export to UltraTax CS or GoSystem Tax RS.

Lists information that can be used to review tax return information for 1120, 1120S, and 1065 clients prior to integrating with a tax application. The format of this report is similar to how information is displayed on a tax return.

Lists detailed information for tax code adjustment data entered in the Actions > Enter Tax Code Adjustments screen for a specified year.

Lists balances for a selected basis type for each general ledger account. The detailed version of the report breaks the information into each posting period.

Displays balance information with a column for each segment code combination.

Compares balances for five years and displays the variance by amount and/or percentage. If you choose to include the Account Grouping region, you may include core accounts, only core accounts, and subcodes in the report.

Compares balances for two years and displays the variance by amount and/or percentage. If you choose to include the Account Grouping region, you may include core accounts, only core accounts, and subcodes in the report.

Lists account balances for a selected basis type and their corresponding adjusting entries.

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Workpapers reports

Lists engagement binders in a tree structure, similar to how they appear in the Engagement Binders Tree portlet, including the note count, workpaper staff assignments, and signoffs for each workpaper.

Lists notes for engagement binders, folders, and workpapers, including the staff who created or replied, the date and time, the assigned staff, and the status.

Lists workpapers of engagement binders, including the reference, name, note count, assigned staff, and signoffs.

Financial statements

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Letters

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