Finance Essentials in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Training

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Finance Essentials in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 training provides complete information on the setup of the General Ledger covering entry and posting system. Participants will gain insight on the chart of accounts and its usage in MS Dynamics NAV. Overview of bank account and detailed explanation of the cash management of receivables and payables along with bank reconciliations are part of the training. The training also discusses about the process of setting and issuing reminders and finance charge memos. VAT calculation, prepayments, and the process of closing accounts at the end of fiscal years is also discussed.

By the end of the training you will exhibit the following skills:

  • Set up general ledger and accounting periods
  • Define the elements of chart of accounts and use it in the business operations
  • Differentiate between different types of journals and their processing
  • Handle cash management, payables management, receivables management, and prepayments
  • Apply VAT amount in sales document and purchase journal
  • Follow the procedure for closing a fiscal year
Target audience

Candidates involved in the selling and implementation of the finance modules.

Prerequisites

The intended candidates for this training must have the following skills:

  • Basic knowledge of accounting principles and procedures
  • Completed course 80439A: Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013
  • Completed course 80435A: Application Setup in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

Course 80534A: Finance Essentials in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

1: Architecture

1: Finance Management Setup

  • General Ledger Setup
  • Accounting Periods

2: Chart of Accounts

  • Chart of Accounts Overview
  • G/L Account Card
  • G/L Account Card Ribbon

3: General Journals

  • Creating and Posting Journal Entries
  • Standard Journals
  • Recurring Journals
  • Processing Recurring Journals

4: Cash Management – Receivables and Payables

  • Bank Account Overview
  • Customer Overview
  • Vendor Overview
  • Cash Receipt Journal and Payment Journal Overview
  • Suggest Vendor Payments
  • Print and Post Payables Checks
  • Voiding Checks
  • Applying Payments
  • Unapply Customer and Vendor Ledger Entries
  • Reversal of Posted Journals

5: Cash Management

  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Complete a Bank Reconciliation

6: Receivables and Payables Management: Payment Discount and Payment Tolerance

  • Set Up Payment Discounts
  • Process Payment Discounts
  • Set Up and Process Payment Tolerances
  • Review the Posted Payment Discount Tolerance and the  Payment Tolerance Entries
  • Review Customer and Vendor Statistics

7: Receivables Management: Reminders and Finance Charge Memos

  • Set Up and Assign Reminder Terms
  • Set Up and Assign Number Series for Reminders and Issue Reminders
  • Create and Issue Reminders
  • Set Up and Assign Finance Charge Terms
  • Set Up and Assign Number Series for Finance Charge Terms
  • Create and Issue Finance Charge Memos
  • Calculate Interest on Reminders

8: VAT

  • VAT Calculation Types
  • Display VAT Amounts in Sales and Purchase Documents
  • Manually Adjust VAT Amounts in Sales and Purchase Documents and Journals
  • Unrealized VAT
  • VAT Statements
  • VAT Settlement

9: Prepayments

  • Setting Up Prepayments
  • Set Up Prepayment Percentages for Customers and Vendors
  • Set Up Prepayment Percentages for Customer-Item and Vendor-Item Combinations
  • Set Up Prepayments Verification
  • Prepayments Processing Flows
  • Prepayment Sales and Purchase Orders Overview
  • Process Prepayment Sales and Purchase Orders
  • Prepayment Sales and Purchase Invoices
  • Prepayment Purchase Order Process

10: Year End Closing Procedures

  • Closing a Fiscal Year

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