Viewing Financial Schedules

All users can view the financial schedules for the contracts to which they have access. They can also export the schedules to an Excel file.

To view the financial schedules:

  1. Load the contract, lease component, or activation group.
  2. Click Context Menu View Schedules.
  3. The financial schedules are generated per unit, and can be summarized up to the activation group, lease component, or contract (i.e., the schedule level). Click the Level drop-down to select which schedule you would like to see. If it is any level other than the unit, click Create Summary to generate the summarized schedule.

    Note: The top-right corner of the schedule indicates when the summary was created, and if it is up to date or not.

  4. In the Standards drop-down list, select in which standard and classification lease type you would like to view the schedule.
    • If the contract has not been classified, the schedule can be viewed for all classification types of the accounting standards enabled for the company code (for example, ASC 842 Finance and ASC842 Operating).
    • Once the contract has been classified, only the schedule for the classified lease types are available for the standards.
  5. In the View drop-down list, select which type of schedule you would like to view:
    • Total Payments - Accounting
    • Total Payments - Treasury
    • Liability - Accounting
    • Liability - Treasury
    • Non-Lease - Accounting
    • Non-Lease - Treasury
    • Postings
    • Assets Transition View: Use this schedule to view the asset depreciation calculated by the application. Note that this schedule is only available at the unit level, and values are only populated after the activation group is activated.
      • Finance leases: The application shows the straight line depreciation of the asset, and it is only for informational purposes.
      • ASC 842 Operating leases: The application calculates the asset depreciation based on the calculated interest amounts and the average rent amounts. The asset depreciation documents must be posted at the end of every month.
    • All Columns

      Note: If the postings are not balanced due to rounding, the application adds the difference to the last non-zero amount that has not been posted. If the rounding imbalance occurs following an event and the last non-zero amount has already been posted, the rounding amount is applied in the next available row that has not been posted. In this case, you will see a tool tip explaining the reason when you mouse over the amount.

  6. Select the Year for which you would like to view the schedule.
  7. If required, click Refresh to update the schedule if it has been open while changes occurred.
  8. To export the current view of the schedule as an Excel file, click Export to Excel.
    • The exported schedule use the number format that is set in the User Preferences page.
    • The column titles in the file are in the language under which you are currently logged in.

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