A/R Receive Payment
A/R Receive Payment
This is to record full/partial payment received from debtor, knock-off related invoice(s) or Debit Note, and print Official Receipt.
To Create New A/R Receive Payment
Go to A/R > A/R Receive Payment
Click on Create A New A/R Payment (OR go to G/L > Cash Book, click on Create a New Cash Transaction, click on New A/R Payment)
Debtor: key in the first number/alphabet, OR click on the drop down arrow button, OR click on Search button to assign/select a debtor number.
Payment’s Currency: to make payment in different currency.
Description: this is called document description...will remember from most recently keyed in description.
Official Receipt No: <<New>> means to follow auto-running numbering (maintained at Document Numbering Format Maintenance), and the next possible number is displayed at the top bar of the window. You may click on it to key in any number you like.
Date: system date is automatically captured, you may click to change.
2nd Receipt No: The DocNo2 column will be posted to Cash Book Entry's 2nd Voucher No. (for your own reference)
Copy Whole Document: To copy the whole document to clipboard.
Copy Selected Details: To copy some item details to clipboard. (press ctrl+ highlight the item to copy)
Paste Whole Document: To paste the whole document from the clipboard.
Paste Item Detail Only: To paste some item details from clipboard.
Undo: To undo (reverse one step) the header section.
Edit MRU Items: to edit /delete historical descriptions (which was keyed in previously). MRU = Most Recently Used
Show Returned Cheque Columns: To show the Is RCHQ and RCHQ Date column
View Posting Details: To view the account transaction posting.
Payment Method: select a payment method. Click on '+' sign to add a new row for multiple payment method.
Cheque No.: key in cheque number if any.
Payment Amount: key in the payment amount by this payment method.
Bank Charge: key in bank charge value if any.
Bank Charge Tax Code: to maintain bank charges tax code
Bank Charge Tax: the amount of GST for bank charges
Payment By: key in the mode of payment.
Is RCHQ: this used when a cheque payment made earlier is returned/bounced (use Edit mode).
RCHQ Date: define the date when the cheque is returned/bounced.
Amount: indicates the total payment amount of this entry.
Unapplied Amount: to show the payment amount that has yet to knock off against Invoice/Debit Note. If there is any payment been saved with unapplied amount, message will be prompted when adding new Receive Payment offering to open and use the previous unapplied amount.
Knock Off Invoices/Debit Note section
Type: indicates the type of transaction; e.g. RI (A/R Invoice), RD (A/R Debit Note)...
Date: indicates date of Invoice or DN.
No.: indicates document number
Org.Amt.: indicates the original amount of the document before any knock off
Outstanding: indicates the amount of the document that yet to pay.
Discount Due: indicates the due date for early payment discount (refer to Credit Term Maintenance)
With Disc.: to indicate the document is entitled for discount; check to key in discount amount; CN will be generated.
Disc. Amt.: to key in the discount amount (or auto-calculated based on early payment discount); the Outstanding amount will reduce accordingly.
Pay: the knock off amount. Click on this column header to automatically fill in the knock off amount.
Knock Off Date: the date when the document being pay or knock off (the date must be equal or greater the document date)
Proceed New Receive Payment: when this is checked, a fresh screen will be ready for new entries upon Save; if unchecked will exit the transaction screen upon Save
Click on Preview (or Save & Preview)
When cheque received is a PD Cheque, key in the cheque date as document date, then knock off against related invoices/DN.
The debtor statement will show the PD Cheque as long as the cheque date is not due, and will show the knock off once it is due.
Print A/R Payment Listing
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