Transactions by Account Report

Redtail CRM offers you a large number of Standard Reports to assist you with quickly accessing information that is relevant to your day-to-day operations.  One such report is the Transactions by Account Report.  

To access the Transactions by Account Report, click the Reports option from your Left Menu Bar to see all of the available Standard Reports within your database: 


On the resulting page, your Transactions by Account Report is accessible within the Transaction Reports section: 


After clicking Transactions by Account, your report will open up (sample portion below): 


Note that the columns will allow you to sort the report data based upon that column's data by clicking the column name. 

This report displays your Transaction data in several columns, many of which allow you to sort the report data based upon that column's data by clicking the column header:

  • Account Number
  • Contact Name — this displays the name of the Contact for whom the Transaction was added.
  • Rep Number
  • Trade Date — this displays the date of the trade. If you have indicated that an account is posted, that info will show up beneath the Trade Date in the report.
  • Trade Type — this displays Buy or Sell.
  • Security — this displays the data entered in the Ticker field when adding a transaction.
  • Received Date
  • Forwarded Date
  • Transaction Data — this displays Gross Amount, Source of Funds, Share Balance and Share Price entered for the Transaction.
  • Comments - this displays any Comments you've added for the Transaction.

Above your report, you'll see several Options: 

The "filter" button presents you with a modal that will allow you to filter byTrade Start and End Dates, Comments, Database Contact, Account, Status and Type:
Clicking export will download the data and allow you to open it up in Microsoft Excel. 
The pdf button downloads a report, suitable for printing.   
Search sends the currently displayed contact names in your report to your Advanced Search page, where you can take further actions with those contacts.  
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