This report contains a summary of a hotel's financial activities during a 24-hour period. The daily operations report provides a means of reconciling cash, bank accounts, revenue, and accounts receivable. The report also serves as a posting reference for various accounting journals and provides important data that must be input to link front and back office computer functions. Also included in the daily operations report are room statistics and occupancy ratios and comments and observations from the accounting staff. The hotel's night auditor prepares the daily operations report, from which the general manager and different department heads can review: (a) revenues, (b) receivables, (c) operating statistics, (d) front office cash receipts and disbursements, (e) departmental reports on revenue and expenditures and, (f) a credit report, which lists guest accounts remaining unpaid three days after billing, and any unusually large guest charges or balances.