The Income statement shows a summary of income and expenses for a period of time by property. A consolidated report merges data from multiple properties into a single report.
- Profit and Loss
- P & L
Other report formats are available and can be generated in the software.
When to use it
Use an income statement to:
- Find the net profit or loss for a period of time.
- Provide a summary report on the property's income and expenses for rental owners and association board members.
Generating this report
Save time! Access this feature from any screen using the shortcuts menu.
- Go to the Reports menu .
- Click the Income Statement link.
Select your report parameters. More details:
Parameter What it means Properties
Select a single property, association or rental owner, or a group of properties, associations or rental owners, using the filter box in the upper right corner of the screen. You can also select all properties.
Selects the period for which the software will generate the report.
Controls the columns in the report and how the totals within the date range are displayed.
Cash basis reports display data when money changes hands. Accrual basis reports display data for the period in which the transaction originally happened.
Include inactive properties
Financials from inactive properties will affect the balances on the report.
Choose from PDF, legacy PDF, XLS, XLSX, or CSV.
Click Download report.
- It is uncommon to see negative amounts on this report.
- Cash basis income statements count the transaction on the date of the payment. A payment meant for April but received in March will show on an income statement in March.
- Accrual basis income statements report on the charges, not the payments.
- Management income accounts do not appear on income statements.see "Monthly management fee policy" for more information.