Transaction Review Reports
The Expense Inconsistency Report shows you expense transactions in the current closing period that might be miscoded.
This report looks at each expense in the current period, cross-references those against transactions in the past year, and flags potential anomalies. You can find more about why transactions appear here by clicking the More Information Button (the arrow in the circle to the left of the transaction).
Finally, you can fine-tune this report by clicking the Exclude button to exclude transactions that aren't actually inconsistent, or by switching to year-to-date filtering in settings if you've closed the books for the prior year.
The Uncategorized Transactions report is where you can see any transactions that you need to ask your clients about.
To make sure you see those transactions, add/update the accounts that you code unknown transactions to in this Report (Ask My Accountant, Uncategorized Expense, etc.)
Watch the video below that shows how to add these accounts:
From here, you can ask any questions that you need to your Client Portal.
This report shows you all transactions coded to parent accounts.
For example, if you have an Advertising account, and then a child account Advertising:Social Media, then any transactions coded to Advertising will show up here.
This report will show any transactions that exceed a certain dollar amount. The default threshold is $1,000, but you can change this by clicking Edit Dollar Threshold. That change will save to this client for all future closes.
These reports will show any transactions that have not been assigned to a class or location.
To make best use of this report, we recommend using the Exclusion List to filter out transaction types like transfers, payments, and bill payments that naturally do not have Class / Location.
This report is only available if you enable Class or Location in File Settings.
This report will show any expense that does not have an assigned customer or project. This is useful if you use customer or project tracking on expenses.
This report is only available if you enable Customers / Projects in File Settings.
You can also use an Inclusion List in this report to select only certain accounts to run this report against. For example, if you only apply customers to certain COGS accounts, you can choose those in the Inclusion List.
The Class Inconsistency report works just like the Expense Inconsistency Report, except it checks for inconsistencies in Classes not Accounts / Vendors.
This report looks at transactions coded to different the current period, cross-references those against transactions in the past 12 months, and flags potential anomalies. You can find more about why transactions appear here by clicking the More Information Button (the arrow in the circle to the left of the transaction).
This report returns any bills or expenses that do not have attachments. If you manage receipts for your clients, it's a great way to stay on top of anything you need to ask them for.
You can also add reports to show all transactions that have been coded to a particular account or class (if enabled) in Keeper.
To do so, click Add New at the bottom of this section, then click Add New Account or Class Task, and choose the account or class that you want to track.