Final Review (Financial Statements)
The Final Review section is where you can review your client's financial statements and key management reports.
Here you can see the following reports:
- Profit and Loss
- Balance Sheet
- Statement of Cash Flows
- A/P Aging Report
- A/R Aging Report
Variance / Flux Analysis
When reading the Profit and Loss / Balance Sheet, Keeper will automatically flag accounts that deviate significantly from the historical average. This can help you find potential coding inconsistencies and surface genuine business trends to tell your clients about.
If you want to look deeper into an account, clicking it will show a vendors by spend report filtered by that account. You can also see the variances for each of the vendors as well.
And if you click into a vendor, you can see a list of all transactions with that vendor in the period.
Editing transactions / asking questions
When looking at a transaction list, you can always reclassify transactions in-line or ask a question that will go to your client's portal.
Frequently Asked Questions
How are the variances calculated? Why does a variance show up?
Variances are designed to show you how your spend is trending over time. They are calculated by comparing the current month's balance to the trailing average of all prior months in the report.
In the example below, the current month of December ($1,556) is 26% less than the average of October ($2,136) and November ($2,066).