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Tammie Posted: Friday, October 12, 2018 8:44:14 AM(UTC)
Thank you for testing our software. Here are the answers.

1. How to record the daily total deposit amount in one lump sum

- You can add a general customer with special name (ie: "Subscribed Clients", or "Monthly Pay Clients" or others.)

- Then you can use the non-invoice sale feature to record the payments.

2. Record a "daily deposit"

- Each time you add a non-invoice sale (or invoice payment), you can specify one account (ie: check account, cash account) as the deposit account. ezAccounting will record the deposit.

- If you receive the cash payment, and you need to record the cash transactions after you deposit cash to your bank account, you can click the ezAccounting top menu "Banking/Checks/Accounts", then the sub menu "Add transfer". Learn more here

How to Record Cash Transactions

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Guest Posted: Friday, October 12, 2018 8:27:57 AM(UTC)
I have downloaded the trial and I am very impressed with the ease of use for a novice like myself.

I own a small business (radio station) and I have a question.

We sell commercials, and the scheduling program also handles our billing to clients.

For purposes of EZAccounting software, all I need to do is record the daily total deposit amount in one lump sum.

(it's broken down by client elsewhere).

I'm thinking that I do this as payment for non-invoice sale, but I'm not sure how to list it. (customer) orjust put our company name as the 'customer'.

Basically, I need to enter the deposit to put a credit on our checking accounts so i can write checks against it and maintain our balance

Am I thinking correctly on this or is there elsewhere in the software I should go to record a "daily deposit" into our bank account.


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