The Pelcro accounting report is a simplified tool to help your accounting team follow the performance of your subscriptions in one glance. The accounting report is a monthly report that summarizes the information your accounting team needs to report on a monthly basis.


Users with admin roles can find this report in the left menu of your admin platform under accounting.


Period selector

The first thing to notice is the period selector. The period selector allows you to consult the information on a monthly basis. Past periods are locked while the current period is a month to date report, to the millisecond.

Balance sheet

The balance sheet section contains all the balances required in your balance sheet. This includes summaries of your accounts receivable, customer balance, and more.

Profit & loss

The profit and loss section contains all the balances required in your profit & loss statement. This includes recognized revenue, commissions, and more.


The columns represent the different accounts and their total is the monthly variation for that account during that month.

Net Agency

The Net Agency are your totals minus any agency commissions.


The rows contain the summary of the billing objects on the platform. Below is a description of each row and all the relevant information revolving it.

Subscription revenue

This row summarizes all invoices related to subscriptions which were either created or renewed during the selected month, including subscriptions managed by agencies.

As a new invoice is created for a new or renewed subscription, it's total (tax in) is added to the Account Receivable cell, it's subtotal (tax out) is added to the Deferred Revenue cell and any tax rate applied to the invoice are summed up and added to the Taxes cell.

Regular subscription

Let’s consider a scenario where an invoice was created for a regular subscription having a plan value of 50$, for which a 10% tax rate was applied, the entry for this specific case will result in this:

Agency subscription

Consider our previous example, but let’s say that this subscription is managed by an agency on a plan having a 60% remit rate.

This means your share of the subscription value is 30$ (50$ * 60%), while the agency's share is 20$. The agency's share is added to Agency commission row which will then be subtracted to out of the Total row to result in Net Agency.

Recognized revenue

Recognized revenue is time-based and calculated from the number of seconds elapsed since the start of a subscription’s billing cycle, in relation to its total period length. In other words, the total dollar value of the subscription is divided by the number of seconds in the subscription’s term and recognized as time passes.

To represent this, let's consider that our 50 $ subscription lasts 50,000 seconds, which means that with every second that passes, we will be recognizing 0.001 $ (50$/50,000 seconds). After 1000 seconds the entry in the report would look like this:

After another 4,000 seconds, which amounts to 5000 seconds (or a tenth of the subscription) the report entry will be as followed:

The Agency recognized commission is recognizing the commission in the same way.

Note: Learn more about the implication of gift subscriptions on accounting here.

Payments received

As customers pay their invoices, amounts will be debited to the appropriate payment column and the amount will credit either the customer balance or the accounts receivable. This is dependent on whether the payment was applied to an invoice or if it was applied to the customer balance. You can learn more about Customer Balance transactions here.

If a client pays with his credit card:

If a client pays an open or past due invoice by cheque:

In the event that a customer pays an amount in advance, normally through an offline payment, the value of that amount will be added to the customer’s balance. This typically occurs for customers renewing a subscription in advance.

This applies to all payments not directly applied to an invoice.

Applied Balance

Applied balance summarizes all the customer balance transactions that were applied to an invoice. You can read more about Customer Balance Transactions here.

When a customer balance is applied to an invoice, the amount is transferred from the balance to the account receivable column as shown below.


Refunds are an independent billing object to keep track of how much is refunded back to the customer. A refund is always linked to the associated payment for reference.

When a refund is made, if the refund is made directly unto the credit card, the refund will appear as shown below:

If the refund was added to the customer balance, it will appear as shown below:

If a refund is made to the customer’s balance, it will remain in the customer’s balance to be used to pay for an invoice at a later time.

Uncollectible invoices

Invoices get marked as uncollectible past a certain period. This is configured from the platform settings. When an invoice gets marked as uncollectible, it will get a time stamp on when this occurred. This timestamp is used to clearly identify uncollectible invoices based on the date it occurred. Uncollectible invoices can be thought of as bad debt.

Voided invoices

Invoices can get marked as voided. This is an action an administrator can take from the platform. Once an invoice is marked as voided, it will get a time stamp on when this occurred called voided_at.

Credit notes

Credit notes are a billing object used to correct invoices. You can learn more about Credit Notes here.


The total row sums up all the rows into a total for each column.

Agency commission

The agency commission is a summary of the commission that an agency will receive from the invoices created in the platform.

Agency recognized commission

The agency recognized commission is the portion of the agency commission that is recognized every month.


The details of the summaries displayed in the accounting report are also available in an export that details the breakdown of each transaction that taken into account that would sum to the total displayed in the summary.

Updated about a month ago


The Pelcro accounting report is a simplified tool to help your accounting team follow the performance of your subscriptions in one glance. The accounting report is a monthly report that summarizes the information your accounting team needs to report on a monthly basis.

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