Running a business is like any other aspect of life – there are things that we like and passionate about and other things we’d rather avoid. Deposits probably belong to the first group. For efficiency sake, a single deposit document may include multiple checks or credit card vouchers. In such a case, the journal entry created by the deposit document includes one line in the receiving account with the total sum deposited. To increase transparency, and bring detailed amounts into the receiving account as well, SAP Business One introduces the following settings:

Here you choose whether to split the journal entry of the deposit document so a separate line is created for each cash check, postdated check, or credit card voucher. This way, when looking at the journal entries of the receiving account, you can immediately know the source of each amount.

Available in SAP Business One 9.3, version for SAP HANA and SAP Business One 9.3.

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Source: Ari Schapira | SAP Business One – The Tip of the Week