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Jiwa Cash Book - Cash Book Receipts

In this article we will be looking at the Cash Book Receipts function in Jiwa.

 

Cash Book Receipts

The Cash Book Receipts function in Jiwa is used to process the following types of transactions;

  1. Debtor payments (including allocation of payments against transactions)
  2. Creditor refunds
  3. Miscellaneous receipts that can be posted directly to a General Ledger account e.g. Interest received, refunds, etc

 

From the Cash Book module select Receipts

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From the menu select New to create a new batch

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Enter in a description that describes the purpose of your batch entry and select your bank account.

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 Set your batch options;

  • Auto Sub Total The Bank - automatically subtotals the bank totals based on the Remit No. field which then controls the journal posting to the bank account
  • Inherit Ref/Remark - automatically inherits the reference / remark from the line above
  • Suggest Remit No. - the remittances number is automatically inserted when the batch is saved
  • Inherit Payment Type - automatically inherits the payment type from the line above

 

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Recording & Allocating Debtor Payments

To record your debtor payment in the Debtor/Creditor field enter in your Debtor account number or press the search button to bring up your Debtors search screen

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 Once you have selected your Debtor, enter in the payment value in the Home Amount field

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To allocate the payment to existing invoices press the search button next to the Home Alloc. field to activate the Cash Book Allocation screen

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Allocate your payment to the applicable invoices by entering in the payment value in the This Alloc. field against each invoice, then press the Save button to save your allocation.

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When you have saved your allocation the Home Alloc. field on the cash book entry will display the amount of the payment that has been allocated.

Confirm the payment type and banking details if applicable.

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Recording Miscellaneous Receipts

To record miscellaneous receipts such as bank interest received and refunds not related to a creditor account enter;

  • The refund amount in the Home Amount column
  • Confirm the GST rate to be applied to the transaction if applicable
  • Update the Ledger Account that the income is to be posted to as required
  • Confirm the payment type
  • If the payment type is a cheque then confirm the banking details
  • Use the Reference field to add details about the miscellaneous income

 

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Finalising your Cash Book Receipts Batch

Once you have entered in all of your receipts for this batch press the Save button, if you have select to Suggest Remit No. it is at this point that the Remit.No. field is populated and the batch assigned a Batch No.

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If you have completed your batch and no further changes are to be made select the Activate button to close the batch and update the General Ledger, no further changes can be made to the batch.

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A deposit slip can be printed by selecting the Print button from the menu ribbon.

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