Hi Team, " Billable Expense Income" added as a new GL, mostly because of the addition of new GL has changed the report names like a Profit organization.

Hi Team,

I had a chat with your support team yesterday, they told me to check with the payroll team why was
Billable Expense Income" added as a new GL, mostly because of the addition of new GL  has changed the report names like a Profit organization.  

Earlier the report names were as follows:

Statement of Financial Position
Statement of Activity

Now they are reflecting as follows:

Balance Sheet
Profit and Loss account

Kindly help me in fixing the issue.



Thanks for writing in! From what we understand from your question/feedback, you want the report naming conventions to go back to how they were previously? 

Please help us understand your issue a bit better so that we can provide proper assistance. 

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