Once you have gathered all the information, you want to be able to see what's happening, when rents are due, which rents are late, how well your properties are doing, prepare for your taxes and so on. To do so, you will produce reports.
The first thing you'll want to do is select which type of report you want to run through the Select Section box. If you're unsure, you can leave it to All which will list all available reports under the Select Report box.
You can then narrow down further your report and data by specifying constraints such as which building, tenant, dates, and so on.
*Please note that if you set a Start and/or End Date for any of the accounting reports, the software will only include accounting entries that have been paid (Date Paid) between those two dates (Start and End Dates). Otherwise if it included entries on when they were due, a rent for December 1st that was paid 45 days late, in January of the following year, could be reported as income in the wrong calendar year for a report generated for tax purposes. The same is true for a corporation with a non-calendar fiscal year.
Once you've setup your constraints, select the chart type (or none if none if desired) and click Generate on the right side menu.
You can then Print or Email the report, depending on your needs. As well, all reports can be exported to PDF, Excel, CSV, and so on. The export functionality can be found in the Print Preview Window when you clicked Print.