Cash Account

Hi Ellis
Your question is about the cash account.
Sorry for the previous email. I miss-understood.

To try to answer your question properly. do you mean a cash Account in the chart of account. Like this.

chart of account cash account

and here is an entry that is affecting the cash account.

Sales journal cash payment

 

Ok, if this is what is happening? A transaction bas been posted to cash Account.

Credit Sales and Debit Cash Account.

Question is: did the money received from the customer be deposited into the actual company bank account? if it did.

Than the entry you need to make is:

Credit Cash Account and Debit Bank Account.

if the cash received by the customer did not end up as a deposit into the bank account. than you need to find out what happened to it.

Maybe the cash was used to purchase shop supplies or office supplies. you need to investigate what happened to the cash and make appropriate entry.

Credit Cash Account and Debit supplies or office or…. another expense account.

Hope this helped

nk

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Posted by Nooshin - July 22, 2019 at 9:46 am

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Set up Tax Tables with Split Taxes

Hi everyone.

Recently I was asked how to set up tax table with split taxes.

ex: 5% GST (2.5% and 2.5%)

if you have man suppliers or customers with this type to of tax splitting you can set it up in the tax section.

if not I will show you how to enter it at the time of posting the invoice.

This tutorial will be in the classic mode as shown below.

 

Sage 50 Home Screen

From the top menu choose Setup – Settings – Company – Sales Taxes.

This is where you should be.

Settings Taxes

From here chose Tax Codes below.

in this screen you will record all the tax code you have followed by a description.

you can also choose to see the tax code in a specified journal. either payable or receivable.

 

Settings Taxes codes

No click on Taxes below.

here you will issue the codes a relative account number. one for payables and one for receivables.

Settings Taxes with accts

Now that we are familiar with the Taxes and Taxes Code screen.

lets go back to Taxes Code screen and choose the GS Tax Split in order to give it a percentage for calculate.

Tax Code Details Do the same for the SG code and press OK.

 

Now lets test the taxes created.

Go to purchase journal, choose a vendor and test the tax codes.

Purchase journal with split taxes

 

Now lets look at an entry with the tax codes not set up.

Purchase journal with split taxes 2

 

Hope this tutorial helped.

if you have other questions please drop me a note.

nk

 

 

 

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