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Disbursements measure the money flowing out of a business and may differ from profit or loss. For example, a company using the accrual method reports expenses when they occur, not when they are paid, and it reports income when earned, not paid. Managers use the ledgers to determine how much cash is disbursed, and they track its use to determine spending ratios. For example, management can see how much cash is spent on inventory compared to other bills. Since the ledger records the check numbers of the checks issued, managers can determine whether checks are missing or written incorrectly. If earnings do not come as needed to cover expenses, a profit is still reported while cash is running low, which can lead to insolvencyThe disbursement report gives you the list of disbursement made by a bank/MFI for a certain period on time.

To download disbursement report, click on green xls sign on the same line with the disbursement report. After clicking on the report the pop-up window appears: