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Financial Reports

Financial Reports – the easy way to evaluate sales

Turnover Analysis for Accountants

Lodgit Desk provides you with convenient reports for the sales of your hotel services as well as your additional services.

Under the “Financial reports” section of Lodgit desk, you’ll be presented with valuable business information that you can also use for your tax return.

Monthly Revenue Reports

Create a report displaying all the invoices issued within a specific time frame, with the additional option of including cash book entries into this list.

For added flexibility and convenience you can evaluate the turnover for each of your rental properties individually.

Financials: analyse revenue depending on created invoices
Financials: analyse revenue depending on created invoices

Turnover Analysis by VAT Rate

Additionally, you can view a flexible report of bookings that have already been billed (invoices and/or cash book entries) according to tax rates, payment methods, revenue type (lodging, extras, cash book) as well as deposits for which a partial invoice has been issued.

Depending on how your countries tax system works, you can also choose to remove unpaid hotel invoices from the report.

Analysis for VAT rates, payment methods or type of income

Which Additional Service Generated the Most Revenue?

In the “Extra items” view, you can evaluate the turnover of the billed additional services in detail. The evaluation is clearly structured according to the categories you created yourself in the extra items management.

Analyse revenue from extras
Analyse revenue from extras

Easy to Understand Graphical Charts

Lodgit Desk allows all kinds of graphical analysis to be displayed easily from within the Financial Reports area. For example the revenue of your hotel can be calculated for any time frame and be shown in a 3D bar diagram.

Looking at reports and statistics in this way makes the information easier to understand, but it can also lead to new insights that can help improve your business.

Read more about lists and statistics.

Financial Analysis Charts