Accounting

Resources

Account payments are a type of journal entry that record a payment on account made to a supplier, without referencing a purchase order.
Represents a business' accounting periods, usually their financial years.
Provides access to the currencies configured in an account. Fields include the currency code and symbol, together with the ID used by many other endpoints.
Journals contain all the debits and credits affecting accounts for a particular transaction. This resource allows journal entries to be created and read.
The chart of accounts is the set of nominal codes that are used to categorise financial transactions. Nominal codes are used to accurately keep track of revenue and spending.
A payment authorization is a payment from a customer for an order that has been authorized with the customer's bank, but the funds have not yet been captured.
Purchase payments are a type of journal entry that record a payment made to a supplier for a purchase order.
Sales receipts are a type of journal entry that record a payment made by a customer against a sales order.
Tax codes define what type and rate of tax apply to a Journal and are required to create new Journals