Select the new top level account entry as I said then look at the account
On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 at 7:05 am, Dan Carpenter <danpcarpen...@gmail.com>
> Thank you Dave H. for your quick response.
> The Account Type display box shows only: Bank, Cash, Asset, Credit Card,
> Liability, Stock, Mutual Fund, A/Receivable and A/Payable.
> “Expense" and “Income" are NOT showing up in the Account Type box. That
> is my question. How do I fix that?
> kind regards, Dan
> On Feb 22, 2018, at 3:44 PM, Dave H <hell...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> perhaps :-)
> 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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