On the Dashboard if you click on Total remaining obligation in any month you are presented with the Monthly Liabilities list for that month. On this page you can get an overview of your monthly liabilities (remaining obligation).
Not all expenses are part of the Monthly Liabilities list, only expenses for Fixed period contracts. These contracts create an ongoing commitment. Fees (payments) related to No fixed period expense contracts would be on the Monthly Expenses list but not on the Monthly Liabilities list.
Here is an explanation of each column on the Monthly Liabilities list:
Contract name: The name given to the contract. For example, "Contract for cleaning services".
Company: The other party to the contract - the company (supplier) that the contract is made with and you have a commitment to.
Location: The Location in your company that the contract belongs to. For example, "Copenhagen Office", "24 High Street" or "Building A".
Department: The Department that the contract belongs to. For example "Administration", "Sales" or "Finance".
Date: This date is taken from the Contract’s start date that the payments are related to. The contract’s start date would be the first date. For example, if the Contract’s start date is 10 January, then the next one would be 10 February, then 10 March and so on.
Total fees: Contract’s total payments for this month grouped together. At the bottom you have the total, which is the total of the payments during this month for expense contracts with a Fixed period, meaning these are contracts with a fixed, usually long-term commitment.
Total liabilities: Contract’s remaining liabilities which are the remaining money that your company owes and is obliged to pay out on this contract. At the bottom you have the total liabilities which is the same as the Total remaining obligation on the Dashboard – the total of the remaining money that your company owes and is obliged to pay until the end of the contract terms