YES - The balance sheet will reflect Current v Non-Current Assets if you put them in as headers. A lot of our customers set their chart up this way and also use headers in the expense section to group by Operating, Occupancy, Sales & Marketing, Employment Costs etc. You can use the maximum levels feature in the P&L and B/S reports to display the report showing the sub accounts or just the headers. You can have up to 10 levels.
Does the Balance Sheet reflect Current Assets and Current Liabilities Print
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