1.2.2. Transfer Entries(Bank/Cash)

In Axanta, Transfer Entry refers to transactions involving cash and bank account. In other words, any entry which affects both cash and bank accounts is called a Transfer Entry.
To make the definition further simpler, any transactions involving a transfer of cash between one cash account to another or one cash account to another bank account or one bank account to another is called as a contra entry.
The following is the list of possibilities for Transfer Entries:
Create a new Transfer Entries.
Go to Finance → Journals → Transfer Entries(Bank/Cash).
Below screenshot with details of Transfer Entry form.
1.2.2. Transfer Entries(Bank/Cash)
Document Number
1. Document Number
Auto generated document number.
Payment Type
2. Payment Type
Should always be Internal Transfer.
Payment Amount
3. Payment Amount
Amount to be transfered.
Payment Journal
4. Payment Journal
Journal from where you want to transfer amount.
Note: journal is eventually linked to a Chart of Account and therefore will get accounted accordingly..
Transfer To
5. Transfer To
Journal to which the amount to be transferred to.
Note: journal is eventually linked to a Chart of Account and therefore will get accounted accordingly..
Payment Date
6. Payment Date
The transaction date on which the payment made on.
Check Number
7. Check Number
Check number if the payment made through Check.
Note: the check number won't appear in the statement. It's just an informative field. If you want the check number to appear in statement then use Memo field instead.
8. Memo
Memo field to be used as description or narration text. This text will appear in the Account Statements.
9. Status
Status of the transaction.
Toggle: Journal Items
10. Toggle: Journal Items
Toggle button to show you the Journal entry posted against the transaction.

Accounting impact of the above Transaction.

Note: Axanta uses an interim account 'Liquidity Transfer' as highlighted in the below screenshot. This account will carry zero balance as it will be knocked off automatically by system.

Video demonstration to show how to create a new Transfer Entry in Axanta ERP.


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