I know I have been told this several times, but could you once again explain the difference between cost price and unit value in inventory. Where does cost price show and where does value show other than the reports in inventory where both show side by side. Why do we need two values at all when in our system 90% of the items both values are same?
Commercial invoice register report is very detailed report which shows actual cost price (including overhead expenses) for each product in each invoice and also shows margin for each product in each invoice. We need a report with same filters and all other data same except columns of cost and margins, for our sales team who do not need to see cost and margin. Can we have this report, or can we know if it is already there?
In almost all reports of accounts receivable we have a column for finance cost. On what basis is this finance cost calculated?
As of now our Balance Sheet is properly configured for compliance and approved by our CA. But management has a different requirement from Balance Sheet. They want to be able to use it as a control tool in real time as all the financial data is already there. How can we configure balance sheet to meet the compliance requirement as well as be useful to the management as a tool. For filing, balance sheet as well as PNL is organized under different legal entities and we have proper drill down to get balance sheet of entire organization, a particular legal business entity (company) or a branch. For management this division is not important. They need to see the classification across entities but under different dimensions.
Can we do it ourselves without help from Tuhund support so that we can do it on continual basis as and when required?