Financial years can be linked to the companies.
The following flow diagram illustrates the typical FINANCIAL YEAR life cycle inside MYCITO*.
|1||Financial Year||Create and manage the financial year.|
|2||Update||Update the financial year.|
|3||Journal||Make a journal entry on the financial year.|
|4||Company Structure||Create and manage the company structure.|
|5||CIPC Lookup||Lookup the company information on CIPC.|
|6||Fund Structure||Create and manage the fund structure.|
|7||Upload Requirements||Upload the company financial year requirements.|
|8||Qualify/ Disqualify||Flag company on the financial year as qualified or disqualified for funding.|
|9||Package Funding||Create and manage funding packages.|
|10||Reports||View reports associated with the financial year.|
Follow these steps to CREATE A FINANCIAL YEAR.
Follow these steps to EDIT the FINANCIAL YEAR.
Follow these steps to UPDATE FINANCIAL YEAR.
Follow these steps to ADD a JOURNAL ENTRY.
Follow these steps to create the COMPANY PROFILE.
Follow these steps to do a CIPC LOOKUP.
Follow these steps to create the FUND STRUCTURE.
Follow these steps to UPLOAD the REQUIREMENTS.
Follow these steps to flag the company for QUALIFY for FUNDING.
Follow these steps to flag the company for DISQUALIFY for FUNDING.
Follow these steps to create a PACKAGE FOR FUNDING.
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