Nominal Accounting

Receive money details

 
Field
Description
1.
Deposit Account
Choose the money account from which the funds will be deposited.
2.
Existing Payee
Choose the payee from the dropdown list.  If the payee is included in your contact cards, they will display in this dropdown list.  If the payee is not in the list, use the Quick Add button to add the payee to the list.
3.
Payee
Use the Payee field to enter descriptive text about the payee in the field above.
4.
Date
The Date field displays today‚Äôs date by default.  Choose an alternate date if desired.
5.
Cheque/Ref.
Type a cheque or reference number in the Cheque/Ref. field to keep track of this payment.
6.
ID
The ID field displays the automatic ID number that Nominal has applied to this transaction.
7.
Line Item
Line items display information about the transaction including:  description (Note), Account, Amount and Tax Code.  See the Line Item section below for more information.
8.
Memo (Ledger)
Enter any reference you would like to include with this item in the transaction journal in the Memo (Ledger) field.
9.
Job/Project/Cost
Type a tag, or choose an existing tag to apply to the Job/Project/Costs field by clicking the ellipses button.  Use this field to categorise your transactions.
10.
Attachment
Click the Attachment button to attach an item to attach an item to this transaction in the transaction journal.  For example, scan a copy of a receipt for this transaction and attach it to this item using the Attachment button.
11.
Total (exTax)
The Total (exTax) field displays a total of all line items excluding tax.
Tax Inclusive:  Check the Tax Inclusive checkbox to include tax on each line item.
12.
Total Tax
The Total Tax field displays a total of all line items including tax.
13.
Balance
The Balance field displays the sum of the Total (exTax) and Total Tax fields.
14.
Save
Click Save to save this transaction.
15.
Cancel
Click Cancel to exit this transaction without saving.
16.
Shortcut
Click the Shortcut button to create a shortcut for this transaction.

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