Cash Up

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Cash up: to count all the money taken by a business at the end of each day.

Go to: Invoice > Cash Up

Hover the mouse over the different menu options. If the cursor changes to a hand (Hand_Cursor), then click to go to the subject.

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Hover the mouse over the different menu options. If the cursor changes to a hand (Hand_Cursor), then click to go to the subject.

Cash Up EverythingBank Deposit Detail lookupBranchTwo ModesTill NumberCash Up NowCash-Up_System_Totals

 

Click on Cash Up Now to open the Cash Up Daily Form.

In Counted Mode the Till Cash Up Breakdown form will open immediately bypassing the Cash Up Daily Form.

 

Till CashUpPay OutProcess Daily CloseCash_Up_Daily

After counting the money (Till CashUp) select the Process Daily Close button (see form above) (System Totals Mode). This will zero the cash register so it starts again at zero.

In Counted Mode, after counting the money select the Next button on the Till Cash Up Breakdown Form

The following screen will now open.

Hover the mouse over the different fields. If the cursor changes to a hand (Hand_Cursor), then click to go to the subject.

ProcessPay OutVATReferenceOver / ShortSummary BarFloatUnAllocatedSystem TotalCash to BankPay OutPay OutCash_Movement

Tip - Instead of doing single entries  you can take all the money to a Bank Suspense account (add this General Ledger account in your GL Account Set Up), then you can at your leisure post the entries from the Suspense Account to : for example.  Bank account, Petty Cash, Office Expenditure etc.

Click on the New Bank Deposit button to make up a new deposit or select an existing, uncompleted deposit if you want to add the money to it.