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Xero Help with Stock Adjustment Please

Hi Everyone

I am hoping some Xero experts can help me.

I know some people love Xero but I am really struggling with it. A die hard Sage and VT fan I can see the positives with the bookkeeping and I'm sure with practice it will save valuable time but it is the End of year manual adjustments I am finding really hard work. I know what I want to see on my P & L and Balance Sheet so I just want to be able to do the manual journals to show this but certain accounts are locked and won't allow this. I have been tempted just to push it through to accounts software and manipulate there but I do feel I need to master the new technology.

So far, I have managed with the depreciation and accruals etc but it is Stock which is causing a headache. I have followed the instructions for Inventory (hate that word!) balance adjustments and I can see the correct figures when I check on the Iventory Item lists and summary but for some reason it is not feeding through to the Balance Sheet which is still holding the Stock at the opening amount as used on my conversion balance.

Please help!

Thank you in advance


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