Click on Accounts tab if not already the focus, click New icon (Create a
New Account), select "New top level account" in Parent Account listbox,
select "Expense" in Account Type listbox and click OK to create a top level
expense account, Then create your expense accounts under the top level
expense account just created. Same holds good for Income Accounts.
Easier to start with one of the pre-defined COA's and adjust to suit
Cheers Dave H.
On 23 February 2018 at 06:34, Dan Carpenter <dancarpen...@amtelecom.net>
> While attempting to set up a chart of accounts, account type does not
> include Income or Expense. Is there a fix or a table I can update?
> Thank you. I am testing this system for simple accounting/bookkeeping for
> a friend’s small business.
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