Understand the impact of profit and loss
View your P&L statement in real time with QuickBooks
- View your profit and loss statement anywhere
- Create P&L reports covering the dates and details that matter to you
- See an overview of your profit and loss as soon as you sign in
- Create easy-to-understand P&L statements in moments
- To drill into the detail behind a figure, just click or tap it
- Export your P&L statement or receive it regularly by email
Save your company money and time
Create your profit and loss statement in seconds - no matter whether you're in the office or on-the-go.
With your P&L statement at your fingertips, you can get the information you need to run your business - without having to spend time or money creating reports manually.
A P&L statement you can actually use
Customise and control key aspects of your P&L statement, so it shows the data you need in a format you can understand instantly.
You and your staff can view it anywhere, or schedule emails that send it directly to your inbox. With no need for your accountant to get involved, they can focus on helping to grow your business.
Spot P&L trends and make better decisions
Keep an eye on your P&L performance to make sure your business is moving in the right direction.
QuickBooks Online Plus also allows you to drill down into different parts of your business. For instance, see which retail stores are most profitable, or identify the salespeople who generate most profit for you.
Why use QuickBooks to track profit and loss?
You can see an overview of your P&L as soon as you sign in to QuickBooks.
Your P&L report is generated using your very latest accounting data, so you know where you stand.
Busy? Get QuickBooks to send your P&L by email at a convenient time - or export it straight to Excel.
Customise almost every aspect of your P&L report, and see the level of detail you need.
And it's not just for tracking profit and loss...
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Manage cash flow
Make sure you keep track of cash entering and leaving your business.
View balance sheets
Always know what you owe - and what you're owed.
Work with your accountant
Let your accountant access your latest figures, whenever they need to.