By using an accounting templates or software, you can quickly set up an accounting process for your restaurant.

With a few simple steps, you’ll be able to create an accounting document for your business and ensure that all the accounting expenses are accurately accounted for.1.

Create a new spreadsheet account in Excel and open it with Notepad.2.

Click on the “+” button on the right side of the screen and select the “Custom” tab.3.

In the “Assets” tab, type in the name of the spreadsheet you just created and click “Add”.4.

In your “Accounting” tab click on the “Calculate” button.5.

Click “Submit” to open your new accounting document.6.

In “Agency” tab select “Create new accounting report” and then “Add” to create a new accounting file for your company.7.

Select “Custom,” “Estimate,” and “Calculation” in the “Estimating” and “Estimated” tabs.8.

In order to set the total expenses, you will need to enter the total amount of revenue and the total cost of the items on your receipts.9.

In a “Calculated” tab enter the amount of the item that you are calculating and click the “Add.”10.

Select the “Paid for” tab and enter the number of hours of work that the employee is expected to work.11.

In an “Estimates” tab set the “Measured” and the “Performed” tabs to “Measurable” and to “Perform” respectively.12.

In one final tab, enter the date of your payroll.13.

In this section, you need to set how much of the total income is expected for each week.

For example, in a monthly payroll, the employee should expect to receive 20% of their income in wages and benefits.14.

Click the “Set” button to set your spreadsheet and then click “Close.”15.

Your spreadsheet is now ready to use.

Step 3: Prepare your payroll spreadsheetStep 1: Set the datesStep 2: Set up the dates of your monthStep 3, 2.

Enter the date that the week endsStep 4, 3.

Enter your monthly amount of payrollStep 5, 4.

Select your hourly rateStep 6, 5.

Enter a number for your monthly payStep 7, 6.

Enter how much your monthly income isStep 8, 7.

Enter “Total” for the total of your monthly payrollStep 9, 8.

Enter an amount of time that you expect to workStep 10, 9.

Enter in the amount that you want to pay for each dayStep 11, 10.

Enter payment method and payment method optionsStep 12, 11.

Enter time when you expect your payment will be receivedStep 13, 12.

Enter amount that the month will pay forStep 14, 13.

Enter date of paymentStep 15, 14.

Enter payee name and payment detailsStep 16, 15.

Enter month in which payment will occurStep 17, 16.

Enter payroll numberStep 18, 17.

Enter day in which you expect payment will beginStep 19, 18.

Enter number of days remainingStep 20, 19.

Enter payments you expect from each paymentStep 21, 20.

Enter next month’s payStep 22, 21.

Enter monthly payment amountStep 23, 22.

Enter total amount paidStep 24, 23.

Enter current paymentAmount remainingStep 25, 24.

Enter previous month’s paymentAmount leftStep 26, 25.

Enter remaining amountStep 27, 26.

Enter estimated payment amount for the monthStep 28, 27.

Enter future month’s paymentsAmount remainingAmount remaining.

You will see the amount you have subtracted from the amount remaining in Step 19.

Step 29, 28.

Enter what your monthly payment should be at the end of the month.

Step 30, 29.

Enter calculation period and dateStep 31, 30.

Enter period and time for payment.

Step 32, 31.

Enter end of month dateStep 33, 32.

Enter week in which the payment will stopStep 34, 33.

Enter months remainingAmount left.

You are now ready for step 30.

Step 1.

Create the spreadsheet and enter your first payStep 2.

Click “+” to add your spreadsheetStep 3.

Choose “Calcate” and enter in the following amountsStep 4.

Enter 12 months worth of paymentsStep 5.

Choose an amount for each payment and then enter a payment methodStep 6.

Choose a payment period and enter a month for the payment periodStep 7.

Choose payment period, month and month to start paymentStep 8.

Click NextStep 9.

You should now see the following spreadsheet:Step 1Step 2Step 3Step 4Step 5Step 6Step 7Step 8Step 9Step 10Step 11Step 12Step 13Step 14Step 15Step 16Step 17Step 18Step 19Step 20Step 21Step