Learn what you can accomplish with the financial statements dashboard for general ledge analyses in MindBridge.
Go to the Financial statements tab
- Select the icon in the MindBridge sidebar.
You will go to the Organizations page.
- Select View in line with the desired organization, or click anywhere in the organization row.
You will go to the Engagements page.
- Select View in line with the desired engagement, or click anywhere in the engagement row.
You will go to the Data page.
- Select View Analysis on the desired analysis.
You will go to the Analyze page.
- Select the Financial statements tab*.
*Not applicable if this tab is your landing page.
Tip: If you are already in an analysis, simply use the sidebar to open the Analyze menu, then select the name of the analysis you want to see and go to the Financial statements tab.
Adding materiality to analysis allows MindBridge to profile various financial statement accounts as quantitatively material or not, so you can filter on accounts that are material to your engagement team.
Learn more about adding and leveraging materiality.
Scoping accounts allows you to focus the analytical procedures and evidence you have collected on the accounts that you consider to be significant.
Learn more about scoping accounts.
The financial statements table
The financial statements table allows you to switch between the horizontal view (period over period variance) and the vertical view (percentage contribution) on both the income statement and balance sheet, so you can access 4 unique views.
Horizontal balance sheet
Displays how the ending balances of the financial statement level balance sheet accounts have trended over time.
Vertical balance sheet
Displays how the percentage of the financial statement level balance sheet accounts, relative to Total Assets (or Total Liabilities & Equity), have trended over time.
Horizontal income statement
Displays how the operational results at the financial statement level have trended over time.
Vertical income statement
Displays how the operational results at the financial statement level, relative to Total Revenue, have trended over time.
The financial statements table displays the following columns, depending on the view selected.
|Column header||Meaning||View selected|
|Account||Financial statement accounts — all accounts in the chart of account hierarchy.||Any view.|
The overall risk score of the account.
|Whether an account is considered significant, insignificant, or unscoped.||Any view.|
|Current period $||
The ending balance as-at period end, based on the analysis period for the current period.
The percentage share of the activity relative to total revenue for the period.
Vertical statement of balance sheet.
Vertical statement of income statement.
|Prior period 1*||
The ending balance as-at period end, based on the analysis period for the intended period.
|Var $ / Var %*||
The dollar ($) and percentage (%) variance between the current period and intended period.
Horizontal statement of balance sheet.
Horizontal statement of income statement.
*Depending on the amount of prior period data in your analysis, you may see up to 4 prior periods of data. If you have not imported prior period data for this analysis, these columns will not appear.
Change the view
- Select the Horizontal (or Vertical) field to open the menu.
- Select the view you would like to display: Horizontal or Vertical.
The table updates based on your selection.
- Select the Balance Sheet field to open the menu.
- Select Balance Sheet or Income Statement.
The table updates based on your selection.
Filter on the income statement views
- Select filters from the Type and/or User ID menus.
- When you are satisfied, Apply each filter to quickly sift through ledger data and compare accounts for more insights.
Reset Filter any time to remove applied filters.
Collapse and expand account groups
Use the chevron icon left of the account name to expand or collapse the account group.
Use the Adjustments toggle to show and hide the financial statements with the adjusted values.
The following column headers appear on the table:
|Unadjusted||The original current period balance, before adjustments were added.|
|The total dollar value of adjustments made.|
|Changing account classifications, usually for presentation.|
|When combining multiple companies, duplicate entries are eliminated.|
|The total dollar value of adjustments, reclassifications, and eliminations made.|
- Select the annotation icon in line with the graph or account you want to annotate on.
- Select Add annotation.
The annotation name is based on the graph or account.
Conditions and/or filters are logged automatically.
- Enter your annotation in the Annotate field.
- When you are satisfied, Save the annotation.
A red dot appears over the annotation icon to indicate that annotations have been added.
Learn more about working with annotations.
Export the table
- Open the Actions menu.
- Select Download Excel report.
The .xlsx export captures your current view and any filters applied.
Create/View a planning analytics report
- Open the Actions menu.
- Select View planning analytics report.
Learn more about the planning analytics report.
Drill down to other pages
- Select the drill-down icon in line with the intended account to open the menu.
- Select the page you want to go to:
- View trends: This brings you to the Trends tab, and populates the trend graph with data from the account you selected.
- View entries: This brings you to the Data table tab, and sets the View to Entries and filters on the account you selected.
- View audit assertion risk: This brings you to the Audit assertion risk tab, and highlights the account you selected in the account risk by assertion table.
- View significant account report: This brings you to the Reports tab, and creates or opens the report that you can Edit or Export.
Learn more about the significant account report.
Monetary flows by account
This graph displays how activity during the current period in a particular financial statement account breaks down across all other accounts included in the transactions which impact it.
- In the financial statements table, select any account row.
The monetary flows by account graph located below updates to provide visual data on the account you selected.
- Hover over a bar to see the debit and credit value flowing in and out of the account.
- Select a bar to drill-down to the data table. This automatically sets the View to Transactions and filters on the account you selected.
Monetary flows represent the movement of money from one account to another. Think of a monetary flow as simple, atomic transactions that involve one debit and one credit. To learn more about monetary flows, and how they are used in MindBridge, visit our articles:
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