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How to Create Deposits

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Deposits are a way to capture any payments a customer has made against an Invoice. It may be a payment in full or a partial payment.

In Symbient Opta, doing a Receive Payment indicates that a payment has been made by the customer to your company for 1 or more items on an Invoice. The money is on hand but has not been deposited yet. To do a deposit See Also: (Enter Deposit from a Receive Payment)

You will also be able to set the Income Account which will get the credit for the sale and will be used to show Profit/Loss information.

An Invoice is required in order to be able to Receive Payment in Symbient Opta.

  1. Log into Symbient Opta and click on the menu options: Accounting > Accounts Receivable > Deposits.

    You will now see a list of any existing Deposits along with the Add button.

  2. Click the Add button to create a new Deposit.
  3. When the Record a Deposit entry screen opens, fill in all the required information along with options information and click Save.
  4. * Items are pre populated when Deposit is Created from Payment (See Also Deposit from Receive Payment)
    1. Required Fields
      1. Company - This is your company and is auto populated by default. Reference Number - This is a system generated number that uniquely identifies this deposit. This can be changed to a customer or company preferred number, but only at creation.
      2. Deposit to Account - This is the account the deposit is credited to
      3. Subject -
      4. Deposit Date - This is the date the Deposit is created.
      5. Memo - *This is a free form entry field that allows you to capture any information relevant to this Invoice.
        • From Payment will default to: Deposit for payment #
    2. Protected/Read Only Fields
      1. Amount - This is the total of all payments selected.
    3. Special Fields
      1. Payments - * This is list of Undeposited Payments
        • Check which Payment(s) this deposit is for.
  5. Once you have successfully saved your Deposit, you can add Notes and Attachments
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