How do I make an Accounts Payable spreadsheet? This accounts payable template in Excel helps you to keep track of what you owe to each party.
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Purchases made on credit for items like inventory, supplies, or equipment, could result in multiple monthly payments made to different vendors or suppliers. Those payments may be due on different dates.
How do I make an Accounts Payable spreadsheet?
These entries from their specific accounts form Accounts Payable, from which users can derive other reports, such as the income statement. Initially, it's best to download this template that consists of 2 separate types within the General Ledger:
- Accounting journal;
- Accounts payable ledger.
Modify it according to your needs and start converting your daily General Journal data into a more extensive, yet focused, General Ledger using Excel. To use Excel to create the Accounts payable ledger template, you can set up a worksheet, which includes a number of array formulas that sum up the transaction into the proper accounts. Or, you can have Excel's Pivot Table feature summarize the data from the General Journal and build General Ledger for you.
Arrange the General Journal transaction data into four columns as follows:
- Enter Entry Date;
- Enter Account Name;
- Enter Debit/Credit;
- Enter Amount.
This accounts payable template helps you to keep track of what you owe to each party. It also provides a quick look at the total outstanding balances and due dates. This Excel template is fully editable and can be adjusted to your own needs and styling. Download now.
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