Manage Cash

Cash management is used to manage the company's bank accounts. One of the main features of cash management is the Bank Account Card, which contains your company's bank details. On the Bank Account Card, you can register payments received from customers, process payments to vendors, and void posted checks. In addition, you can handle the bank reconciliation process to make sure that transactions are reconciled.

The following table describes a sequence of tasks, with links to the topics that describe them. These tasks are listed in the order in which they are generally performed.

To See

Fill in and post general journals, mark general ledger accounts for reconciliation, and reconcile liquid accounts.

Deposit and Withdraw Bank Funds

Post transfers between bank accounts in the same currency, with currency codes, and with different currency codes.

Transfer Bank Funds

Reconcile bank accounts, fill in bank reconciliations, correct reconciliation lines, apply bank statement transactions to ledger entries, correct erroneous bank statement transactions, post transactions, post reconciliations, and view account ledger entries and bank statements.

Reconcile Bank Accounts

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