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facct 0.1.3

Fig's accountancy tool

Latest Version: 0.1.4

Management of accountancy in command line.
- Double entry accounting
- Allows you to register entries in CSV format (via spreadsheet)
- Manages repetitive patterns
- Reads HSBC statements and transforms them into bookkeeping entries
- Generates Journal, General Ledger, Balance sheet and Income statements
- Closes the year and retrieves the entries to open the new year
- Understands French corporate taxes and social contributions
- Reads calendar delivery entries for consulting company in order to:
- generate PDF bill from latex template
- enter billing in accounts
- Localized in French and English

- Initialize system for a new entity (company, personal accounts...):
python facct/init_year.py -o company_name_or_alias -c
#Note that the accountancy will initialize for the current year.

- Initialize the accounts for a new year:
python facct/init_year.py -o company_name_or_alias -y 2014

- Generate a bill for February 2013:
python facct/bill/gen_tex.py 022013.csv -o titu
#If the file does not exists, it will generate 022013.csv in
${bills}/022013.csv with all the work days filled in to 1.
If you want to change values replace 1 by 0 to indicate off days or
to change by something other than an integer 0.75, you will to
relaunch the command to generate the PDF bill.

- Configuration file:
The facct configuration file is located in ~/.facct.rc, it's a simple
INI file, feel free to change some locations if you want.
You should also change values for the following files located in $data:
- contracts.csv : some basic info about contracts
- bank_accounts.csv: bank account details
- clients.csv : client details
- company.csv : company (or personal) details, the minimum needed.

- To regenerate accountancy after some modifications (new bill, new expense):
python facct/generate_all.py -o titu $accounts/<year>

- To modify some entries, you can change the input file:
./accounts/<year>/journal.ori.csv
# You can use some templates such as those you can find for example in
the file <path_to_app>/facct/bench/accounts/<one_year>/journal.ori.csv.

- Developer feature:
You can launch some benchmarks with:
./scripts/bench.sh

- Workflow:
journal.ori.csv
|
|-------<---- [bills/<year>/except.txt]
|
V
journal_tmpl.csv
|
|
V
(unroll templates)
V
|
|-------<---- [hsbc/*.csv]
|
V
<year>.csv <-- journal
|
|
V
<year>.gl.csv <-- General Ledger
/ \
/ \
| |
V V
Balance Income statements



Example:

>>> import bench
>>> bench.main('corp_ref', False)
[OK] corp_ref 2014 init_year.
[OK] corp_ref 2014 already exists.
[OK] corp_ref 2016 init_year.
[OK] corp_ref 2016 already exists.
[OK] corp_ref 2010 account: no differences with benchmark
[OK] corp_ref 2011 account: no differences with benchmark
[OK] corp_ref 2012 account: no differences with benchmark
[OK] corp_ref 2013 account: no differences with benchmark
[OK] corp_ref 022013 bill.
[OK] corp_ref db.

You can also launch doctest with:
python facct/__init__.py -v

And distribution packaging with:
python setup.py sdist

More information on the distributable:
python setup.py --help
python setup.py --author
python setup.py --long-description
... and so forth  
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