Trial Balance Worksheet
Provided by the International Finance Corporation
The trial balance is a report listing the ending debit and credit balances in all accounts at the end of a reporting period. The trial balance has three uses:
This is intended to be a simple and practical tool to be adjusted and used by SMEs working in all sectors. You may adapt it to reflect your business needs, type of clientele, products and services you offer.
The trial balance spreadsheet contained in the attached file is designed to save you time and money in preparing the trial balance yourself. Simply plug in your balance for each account and the spreadsheet will automatically add up the debits and credits, and tell you if your books are out of balance (and by how much). Since it is a spreadsheet template, you can add or delete accounts or otherwise modify it to suit your needs and preferences.
File Description: The file contains a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet template. Once you've downloaded the file, you must copy it to your EXCEL\XLSTART directory in order to use it.
- Download this spreadsheet template just once, and be able to use it over and over again.
- Customize the spreadsheet to suit your needs, adding or deleting accounts.
- The spreadsheet is easy to use. Just plug in your numbers and the spreadsheet will automatically add up the debits and credits, and tell you if your books are out of balance (and by how much).
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