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Bank Statement

I have manually deposited money at the bank on a "bank deposit slip" with both "receive money" and "customer payments"

 

How do I record into myob essentials, the muplite payment types which then can be totalled into one amount that appears on the bank statment as a total. 

 

I recall a old version having a "undeposited fund" account.

 

 

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Re: Bank Statement

Hi @Acferraro

 

In MYOB essentials using the bank feeds you can allocate the two payments by matching the transactions.

Therefore you just post both the receive money and customer payment to the cheque account and post as follows.  

 

Hope this helps, another expert MYOB essentials user on the forum might re-confirm if this is the best way to treat this in essentials. 

 

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Renae


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Re: Bank Statement

Hi @Acferraro

 

@BooksInTheCloud has the recommend way to handle that situation.


You can also do it through a holding account i.e. you have separate bank account to which the individual payments go into and then you have a Receive Money transaction to the bank account from that holding account to which you match to the bank transaction. However as mentioned @BooksInTheCloud's method is much more user friendly and thus is the recommend way to handle it. 

Kind regards,
Steven

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