Chart Of Accounts

A Chart of Accounts (CoA) is an index of all the financial accounts in the general ledger of a company. The chart of accounts is important because it provides a map of your business and its financial parts.

Data Model

Field

Type

Description

Example data

id

string

Unique identifier for each account.

32562

metaId

string

Another identifier for this account or the id of this account in its origin data source (when it comes from an integration)

acc_24425

code

string

Unique code identifies this account (rather than using the random id field generated for each entry in our database).

acc_56832

name

string

Account name.

Wages

categoryId

string

Account category id.

35468

currencyId

string

Currency Id.

3168

metaCurrencyId

string

Currency Id in its origin data source (when it comes from an integration).

EUR

type

string

Account type (Options: unknown, asset, expense, income, liability, equity).

income

status

string

Account status (Options: unknown, active, archived, pending).

active

isBankAccount

boolean

Indicates whether this account is a bank account or not.

false (not bank account)
true (is bank account)

cashLinkId

string

Cash link id.

45698

negative

boolean

Indicates whether this account is listed as a negative sum or not.

false (not negative)
true (negative)

cac

boolean

Indicates whether this account is included in the Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC) metrics or not.

false (not included)
true (included)

expenditureGroupId

string

Id of the expenditure group in which this account belongs.

If the account’s type is expense, then we can link it to expenditure group.

1273

dataSourceId

string

Id of the data source (Manual Calqulate, or integrations).

4779

orgId

string

Organization Id in which this account belongs.

718987154

createdAt

string

Date of creation of this entry in Calqulate's Database.

2022-02-02T14:13:53.644Z

updatedAt

string

Date of last update done on this entry in Calqulate's Database.

2022-02-02T14:13:53.644Z

deletedAt

string

Date of deletion of this entry from Calqulate's Database.

2022-02-02T14:13:53.644Z


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