Running a Balance Sheet Report

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Table of Contents

Locating Balance Sheets

Refreshing a Balance Sheet Report

Saving Your Report

In Planning Maestro, you can run reports to analyze the data from your budgets for Operating Expenses, Revenue, Personnel, Drivers, and Adjustments.

One of these reports is your Balance Sheet (also known as a Statement of Financial Position) which displays the assets, liabilities, and equity totals for a Plan based on your Actuals and budget. This report includes your Retained Earnings (net income) and CNI (Cash Net Income) for each year.

This document shows you, a Planning Maestro user, how to run a Balance Sheet report in Planning Maestro.

Locating Balance Sheets

To run a Balance Sheet report, open the Reports module, click on + New Report, and select Balance Sheet.

Best_practice_icon.png Please Note: To open a Balance Sheet report with preformatted settings, you can also select Shared Reports from the landing page.


The Balance Sheet page opens with a new, unedited Balance Sheet. Use this page to customize your Balance Sheet report.


For detailed instructions about formatting this report, including filteringusing Hierarchies, or exporting to Excel, see Formatting Planning Maestro Reports.

Refreshing a Balance Sheet Report

After making an edit to the report, click the Rerun Report button ( Rerun_report_-_highlighted.png ) to refresh the page and implement those changes.

Info.png Please Note: The Rerun Report makes it easier for you to make multiple small changes to a report by loading all those changes at once, instead of pausing to load each small change.


Saving Your Balance Sheet

After formatting your Balance Sheet report, save your view

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