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Visit http://www.ceocommand.com/signup.html today to set up your new small business Command Center ...

Visit http://www.ceocommand.com/signup.html today to set up your new small business Command Center

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Do you want to have easy access to your business profit and loss reports without having to enter in all of the information yourself?

Your business improvement can be limited without an accurate financial report of operations. How accurate are your p&l statements?

Your CEO Command business Profit Reports easily syncs up your business credit cards and checking accounts, getting all your transactions into the books via automatic categorization (except for manual checks), and balanced to the bank and credit card statements. You no longer have to write up your own P&L statements to determine how well your business is growing, CEO Command Profit Reports does it all for you.

Need assistance with manual check categorization, or with handling the ambiguities and complexities of your accounting?

Our Executive customers receive a Command Center personal accountant (one of those detail-minded number crunchers), who places items in order, handles those complexities and ambiguities, and produces consistently (at least weekly) an updated and accurate tax-ready income statement.

With this accurate p&l management, you can take the next steps in improving and growing your business, and you’ll have a completed set of books to take to your tax preparer.

Accurate. Up to date. Easy - access reports of operations with a single click produced by your CEO Command personal accountant with a penchant for exactness.

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    CEO Command Profit Reports CEO Command Profit Reports Presentation Transcript

    • Welcome to CEO Command Built for one sole purpose: To provide an avenue to allow business owners to accomplish more and create greater financial and personal prosperity.
    • CEOC profit reports are so easy. Let’s learn some of the basics on how to operate your new ceo command center, starting with your profit reports
    • How To Connect Bank Accounts and Credit Cards Click on the one that represents your financial institution, then click “Connect” Click on the box provided and begin typing the full name of the financial institution. You’ll see several options for that institution Click on Profit Reports in your Command Center, then click on “Connect to Bank Account”
    • How To re-categorize, split, or delete a transaction To start, simply click on ‘Manage Transactions’, then click the edit/delete text to the right of the transaction that you want to change To r-ecategorize, just choose from the dropdown under “category” what you would like to change the transaction to. After making any change, click the Save button to save To split a transaction, click on the “+ add item” and select the account, enter the amount, Then correct the amount for the account immediately above it. The transaction must balance in order to be saved. To delete an entry, click on delete at the far right. The system will ask you to confirm your request to delete this transaction entirely. Upon confirmation, the transaction will be deleted and cannot be recovered.
    • How to Create a Journal Entry You shouldn’t have to do this too often under Basic Service, and never under Executive Level (because your CEOC personal accountant will do that for you). To create or edit a journal entry, go to Manage Transactions and click on “New Journal Entry” or “Edit Journal Entry”. enter the appropriate date and a description, then select the Chart of Accounts category, enter the dollar amount, and a memo if you wish. Next, select a second account, and its dollar amount. To add an account, click “Add Item” and begin typing the name of the account you wish to select, place its dollar amount in the next box. When the journal entry is completed, click Save.
    • How to Edit a Journal Entry To edit a previously prepared journal entry, click on “Edit Journal Entry” in the Manage Transactions section, locate the journal entry you want to change, and simply change the account and/or the dollar amount. Click ‘Save’ when you are finished.
    • How to add, edit or delete in the Chart of Accounts To add, delete of change existing accounts, simply click on Manage Accounts, click on the account name, edit and save. To create a new account, click on “Add New Account” on the right hand side of your screen.
    • How to complete backwork You can enter all the business transactions from your business credit card(s) and business checking accounts that were not captured when you originally connected to your financial institutions (generally your Command Center will capture the last 90 days of transactions). Enter each transaction through the Journal Entry feature under ‘Manage Transaction’. We suggest that you enter this data in batches and that you use one journal entry for each batch. (such as all the transactions from one credit card, or all the transactions for a calendar month) This technique allows you to spot more easily any possible entry errors you might make, and to balance the journal entry to monthly checking or credit card statement(s). It’s also a good technique to keep entries of income separate from expense entries.
    • Some Special Notes: The system is going to memorize the category most often used for each payee or bank-described transaction. Once you have categorized such a bank- described transaction a few times, the system will automatically remember that categorization and will categorize the transaction that way the next time it see it. Sometimes a payee or bank-described transaction could be categorized more than on way. For example, a transaction in the name of a bank could be a service charge, a merchant account fee, a credit card payment, a loan payment, or a transfer, or maybe something else. Because your system is automated, it may not be able to differentiate between such items. Therefore, you (under Basic Service) or your Command Center personal accountant (under Executive Level Service), will need to review such transactions regularly to verify that the categorization is accurate.
    • and Transfers? Generally, your automated accounting system can recognize transfers between bank accounts, and will list those under Equity-Transfers or a similar account because transfers between bank accounts have no effect on business income or expense. However, it’s a good idea to review transfers to make sure income or expenses are not incorrectly categorized there. Under Executive Level your personal accountant will do this for you.
    • What about credit card payments? the automated system pulls in data from your business checking accounts and from your business credit card if you connect one. Because you likely pay your business credit card payment from a business checking account, this transaction may be duplicated. Again, under the Basic Service you would need to review such entries and delete one of them if there is a duplicate. Under Executive Level, your personal accountant will do that for you.
    • Thank you for watching! For more information on how to use your new CEO command dashboard, take a look at our Youtube page: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTnRRa9c80Jz-5YjrmqyMOw/feed Or you can contact us directly at: Clientservices@ceocommand.com 1 888 492 4595