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Georg Link (GeorgLink) - 2 years ago 2019-03-23 17:24:41
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npo-ledger-cli-tutorial.md
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@@ -304,13 +304,13 @@ Since this particular system is designed for USA non-profit entities who file
 
USA Form 990, the following `IncomeType` values are supported:
 

	
 
* `Donations`, which refers to standard charitable donations.
 

	
 
* `RBI`, which refers to "related business income".
 

	
 
* `UBTI`, which refers to "unrelated business taxable income.
 
* `UBTI`, which refers to "unrelated business taxable income".
 

	
 
Not that donor-advised funds and government grants don't currently have their
 
own `IncomeType`.  It's possible this might be necessary; the authors aren't
 
familiar with how to handle those items on the Form 990.  It would be a
 
relatively simple change to `config-tags.ledger`, though, to support other
 
income types, or to change it entirely to handle use-cases other than USA
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@@ -409,13 +409,13 @@ ledger itself via the configurations found in `config-tags.ledger` and
 
`config-accounts.ledger`.
 

	
 
#### Expense Account Documentation
 

	
 
Each `Expenses:` account entry must be tagged with the following tags:
 

	
 
* One of: [`Invoice:`](#invoice-tag) [`Receipt:`](#receipt-tag), or
 
* One of: [`Invoice:`](#invoice-tag), [`Receipt:`](#receipt-tag), or
 
  [`Statement`](#statement-tag).  (The only exception to this rule: an entry
 
  does not need an `Invoice:`, `Receipt`, nor a `Statement` tag if the
 
  [payee was never charged](#never-charged-payee).)
 

	
 
* A [`Program:`](#program-tag) tag.
 

	
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@@ -570,7 +570,6 @@ described above.
 
A copy of GPLv3 and CC-By-SA-3.0-USA can be found in the same repository as
 
this file under the filenames GPLv3.txt and CC-By-SA-3.0-USA.txt.  If this
 
document has been separated from the repository, a
 
[copy of GPL can be found on FSF's website](http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt)
 
and a
 
[copy of CC-By-SA-USA-3.0 can be found on Creative Commons' website](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/legalcode).
 

	
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