With the booking, you can easily create all the bookings you want.
In the menu Booking, select the button “Booking”.
The page is divided in three parts:
- Form to make a booking
- See your booking in T-view accounts
- See your booking as it will be saved
1. Form to make a booking
- Menu Cash booking: Select to make cash booking.
- Menu Bookings list: Select to see all bookings passed in the accounting.
- Menu Models: Select to see the list of models.
- Model (optional): Input the model code to be used or input a new code to save the booking as model.
- Number(automatic): Booking’s number. This number is automatic but you can input yours if needed.
- Date: Booking’s date
- Debit account
- Credit account
- Switch debit account with credit account
- Amount: Booking’s amount
- Currency: Choose the booking’s currency if different from CHF. For more info: lien
- Rate: Currency change rate. This rate can be manually changed during the booking.
- Description: Booking’s description – to easily find the booking later.
- VAT: VAT Code. The amount below is the booking’s VAT amount. On the right side you can select if the VAT amount is included or not in the booking amount. Example: Booking of 1’000.- VAT included: Booking of 925.93 and VAT of 74.07. VAT not included: Booking of 1’000.00 and VAT of 80.00
- Difference between Debit and Credit. When the booking is done, the difference should be 0.-
- Switch to multiple booking (lien)
- Create model
- Make the booking
- Save the booking for later. The booking is not passed in the accounting and do not influence the balance sheet and the income statement.
- Cancel the booking
2. See your booking in T-view accounts
- Debit or Inflow account
- Credit or Outflow account
- VAT account if booking with VAT
- Each account has a current total (total before booking), booking in green if the account increases and in red if account decreases. New total (total after booking). Some accounts increase in debit and some in credit.
- Hide button: Select to hide this part.
3. See your booking as it will be saved
The table describes the booking and how it is booked in the accounting. For each debit and credit, you can see which amount is booked and if VAT is used. This table can be used to check before booking and also to learn accounting.
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