|Groups accounts in a typical financial statement flow with Ordinary Income comprised of Gross profit and expenses etc.
The automap by category feature will map your accounts by account category making this an easy model to start with
|Has separate groups to hold revenue and costs for specific product groups so readers can see the gross margin and its components easily
|The 2023 tax lines for a schedule C. The automap by tax line feature will pull any existing mapping you have establish in your QuickBooks file and map it
|The 2023 tax lines for an S Corp return. The automap by tax line feature will pull any existing mapping you have establish in your QuickBooks file and map it
|Like it's name, the simple template has a simple example of how you can group gross profits into business segments and isolate overhead expenses
|This special reporting hierarchy has all the lines required by the Georgia Commission of the arts in their reporting so that you can just map which of your accounts apply
|This Reporting model offers users the ability to group QB revenue streams into a product margin style report to see what products or services are profitable
|This gives you exactly want you need to pull in QQUBE (VERSION 7) Job names into a hierarchy for grouping in alternative ways
|If you have a Finjenni data source, this pulls in the chart of accounts so you can map them
|This simple example just creates groups for service companies and products companies to give you just one example of how you might want to group a number of different QQUBE companies.
File Based Data sources
The first step in using AHA! in your reports is to have a reporting model. While you may want to build your own reporting model or may want to import one (that is okay!), we built a few examples of how you may want to group things to get your mind percolating.
Reporting Templates available in AHA