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Martin Michlmayr (tbm) - 7 years ago 2014-04-19 02:32:53
tbm@cyrius.com
Cosmetic fixes
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accounts/config/config-accounts.ledger
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; ##############################  GENERAL/SHARED ACCOUNTS #######################
 

	
 
; Shared Asset Accounts
 

	
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    note Accrued payables for Main Org
 
    assert commodity == "$"
 

	
 
; Organizational Expense Accounts
 

	
 
; NOTE: the payee =~ test is *not* included herein and must be cut-and-pasted
 
;       to the assert in ever Expense account because of the following bug:
 
;       to the assert in every Expense account because of the following bug:
 
;               http://bugs.ledger-cli.org/show_bug.cgi?id=953
 

	
 
define expenseChecker() = (tag("Receipt") !~ /^\s*$/ or tag("Invoice") !~ /^\s*$/ or tag("Statement") !~ /^\s*$/) and tag("Program") !~ /^\s*$/
 
; or payee =~ /NEVER CHARGED/
 

	
 
account Expense:Main Org:Office Supplies
accounts/config/config-commodities.ledger
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;  ############################## COMMODITIES #############################
 

	
 
commodity $
 
   note USD
accounts/config/config-npo.ledger
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!include config-commodities.ledger
 
!include config-tags.ledger
 
!include config-accounts.ledger
accounts/config/config-tags.ledger
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; ################################# TAGS ################################
 

	
 
; The Statement, Receipt, and Invoice tags' values should always a be a
 
; relative path names.  Note that we "check", but do not "assert" that the
npo-ledger-cli-tutorial.md
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### Asset Accounts
 

	
 
Asset accounts represent anything that's owned.  Typically, these are
 
primarily your cash accounts, or anything that's completely liquid.
 

	
 
Many accounting tutorial materials will note that Loans, accounts receivable
 
Many accounting tutorial materials will note that loans, accounts receivable
 
and other receivables are assets as well.  Most accountants will
 
say that they are, but with regard to accounts called "Assets", this system
 
uses the account hierarchy `Assets:` only for tangible, liquid,
 
cash and/or cash-equivalent assets.  You'll find that account hierarchy
 
commonly in the examples herein.
 

	
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  that the `Entity` is a corporation outside the USA.
 

	
 
* `USA-Corporation`, indicating that the NPO has established that the
 
  `Entity` is an incorporated entity the USA (i.e., "Inc."), and therefore no
 
  1099 is required.
 

	
 
* `USA-501c3`, , indicating that the NPO has established that the `Entity`
 
* `USA-501c3`, indicating that the NPO has established that the `Entity`
 
  has federal 501(c)(3) status in the USA, and therefore no 1099 is required.
 

	
 
* `Refund`, indicating that the amount is a refund owed to the `Entity` from
 
  an amount previously paid to the NPO.
 

	
 
* `Reimbursement`, indicating that the amount is a reimbursement of expenses
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  as the state or federal government) (e.g., a unrelated business income tax
 
  payment).
 

	
 
* `USA-LLC-No-1099`, indicating that the `Entity` is an LLC, but not the type
 
  of LLC for which the USA requires issuing a 1099.
 

	
 
* `Loan`, indicating that the `Entity` is receiving these funds as a Loan
 
* `Loan`, indicating that the `Entity` is receiving these funds as a loan
 
  that is expected to be paid back.
 

	
 
#### Program Tag
 

	
 
The `Program` tag is used primarily to track program activity for `Income:`
 
and `Expense:` accounts.  This allows for knowing what particular initiative
 
initiated the income (e.g., a specific fundraising campaign) and/or what
 
particular program activity an expense is toward (e.g., funding travel to
 
some specific conference).
 

	
 
The Program tag is always a string with the same format as a Ledger CLI
 
account (primarily for use with Ledger CLI's `--pivot` and `--group-by`,
 
[as described later](#testing-program-success).
 
[as described later](#testing-program-success)).
 

	
 
### Account Type Documentation Requirements
 

	
 
Each account type has different documentation requirements.  Based on the
 
type of the account, it requires a different set of tags.
 

	
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Each `Income:` account must have the following tags:
 

	
 
* One of: [`Invoice:`](#invoice-tag),
 
  [`PurchaseOrder:`](#purchase-order-tag),
 
  [`Statement:`](#statement-tag) or
 
  [`Contract`](#contract-tag).  (Exceptions to this requirement are as follows:
 
  [`Contract`](#contract-tag).  Exceptions to this requirement are as follows:
 
     + the income generated from the transaction is less than $800, or
 
     + the `IncomeType` is `RBI` and the income is for a defined, public
 
       program (such as conference registration)
 

	
 
* An [`Entity:`](#entity-tag) tag, *iff.* the Income for the transaction is
 
  for more than $800.
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