What is a "journal entry"?
Journal entries can be used to reconcile your accounts or add manual entries.
For instance, an expense like a checking account monthly fee could be added as a journal entry to ensure that your Zola Suite checking account balance matches the balance in your checking account. Bookkeepers often use journal entries to reconcile accounts across various books and software programs.
How Do I Know When to Use a Debit or a Credit
Double Entry Bookkeeping requires that all transactions be recorded in 2 accounts. Some of your activities in Zola can be done without choosing a debit or a credit. For example, creating a new trust retainer will automatically debit the trust account ...
Time Entry Rules
CARET Legal offers the ability to limit Time Entries from using pre-selected words that may cause the invoice to be rejected. In many areas of law, most frequently with corporate clients or during the LEDES upload process, bills are scanned and will ...
How Do I Make a Time Entry for My Task?
In Zola Suite you have the ability to easily create a Time Entry for any completed Task. Follow the below directions to learn how to create a time entry for a task: First navigate to the task section of Zola Suite. This can be done through your ...
How do I stop users from creating activity for closed periods?
If you would like to set up your books so that new transactions cannot be backdated, or so that new transactions cannot impact closed periods, you can set the specific dates in your Firm Settings in the Billing & Accounting section under Billing ...
How Do You Make Journal Entries in Zola Suite?
Journal entries are an essential part of accounting and bookkeeping. Follow the instructions below to manually add journal entries into the General Ledger Hover over the Accounting menu icon and select Banks and Registers Click the + on the top right ...
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