Hi again @Brucanna,
Thank you very much for the reply.
Unfortunately, it seems that everything should be a Purchase (Spend) or a Sale (Receive), but when I do a Capital Contribution, then it should not be none of them.
When I use a Journal Entry, then I have a Debit and Credit side, which I do not have in Cash Accounts. Everything you do with a Company is not a Sale or a Purchase, you have other things as well, which should be added as Journal Entries. Is this just a small shortcoming that everything is not as flexible as it could be at the moment?
Do not get me wrong, I like the software, but there are currently some things that I do not understand and I have to figure them out in order to use the software correctly.
I definitely would have liked to use my Custom Accounts everywhere. At the moment there are some default, which have to be used, but they work in one place, but do not work in other places.
Basically, I currently have only a Cash Account, because I could not add a Bank Account. The Cash Account is now divided to a Bank and a Cash Account, but they can not be used for Journal Entries.
When I first created my Bank and Cash account separately, then I could use them in my Journal correctly. I had to remove my Accounts and use the default Account so that Manager could work correctly, But at the moment the default Accounts can not be in Journal Entries.
This seems contradicting and double the amount of work to get a simple Journal Entry added. Also, this way it takes more time as well.
Hopefully, we can get to the bottom of this and then I can happily use the software.
Also, please know that all of your replies are greatly appreciated!
All the best,