Bank Account Record

Bank Account Record

GL Accounts can also be classified as Bank Accounts by checking the ‘Is Bank Account’ checkbox on the GL Account Record.  Click here for more information on GL Account Records.  To create a new Bank Account, please see the Add a New Bank Account training.   When a GL Account is identified as a Bank Account, the GL Account will appear in the Bank Accounts List view (located under Banking in the Accounting Module), additionally the GL Account will be made available on the Bank Activity and Bank Reconciliation screens.  Click here for more information on Bank Activity, and Bank Reconciliation. The checkbox highlighted … Continued
Bank Transfer

Bank Transfer

  The Bank Transfer form is used to record the transfer of funds between an organization’s Bank Accounts. Restaurant365 does not initiate the transfer of funds with the bank itself. Transfers must be performed outside the system and then recorded in Restaurant365 using this form.   Create a Bank Transfer Hover over the ‘Banking’ menu in the Top Ribbon and select ‘Transfer’.  The Bank Transfer form will load in a new tab.   Bank Transfer Header Legend: 1) Number – The Auto-generated Number for the Bank Transfer.  Starting Numbers and Prefixes can be adjusted on the Autonumbering page 2) Transfer From – The Bank Account … Continued
Bank Withdrawal

Bank Withdrawal

  The Bank Withdrawal or Bank Expense form is used to create Payments to Non-Vendors and record Withdrawals directly from your Bank Account. No AP Invoice, AP Credit Memo, or Vendor Record will be associated with the Bank Expense. GL Accounts can be selected to separate and classify the expense amounts.  Bank Expenses are one of the several ways to create printable checks using Restaurant365.  Click here for more information on Printing Checks   Create a Bank Withdrawal / Bank Expense Hover over the ‘Banking’ menu in the Top Ribbon and select ‘Withdrawal’.  The Bank Expense form will then load in … Continued
Autonumbering

Autonumbering

In Resaurant365, unique identifiers are important for numerous reasons.  To allow for the easy creation of unique records, many transactions have an Autonumbering feature that is managed under the Administration section of the Accounting Module.  When selected, the Autonumbering Next XX # (1) will be displayed next to the Prefix (if any) (2) as shown below.  To save any adjustments to the next number, or prefix, be sure to click the Submit button to the right of each Autonumbering line item.
Check Printing Setup (USA)

Check Printing Setup (USA)

Restaurant365 allows users to print their own checks without relying upon pre-printed check stock.  This gives users greater flexibility and added security as they will not have to keep pre-printed check stock on premises, or under lock and key.  Blank checks also offer additional convenience, allowing you to print multiple checks out of multiple checkbooks in a single check run, with no need to go into the printer and change the checks between changing the checkbook in the system.  Click here for training on how to Print Checks   Check Printing Requirements: To be able to print checks in Restaurant365, you need … Continued
ACH Payment Set-up

ACH Payment Set-up

Restaurant365 has the capability of paying Vendors by ACH (Automated Clearing House) payment. Vendor-specific settings need to be entered on the Vendor Record prior to creating ACH payments.  The ACH Report Type must be set on the Bank Record prior to creating ACH Payments.  Click here for more information on ACH Report Types and the Bank Record The following fields, located on the ‘Vendor Additional Info’ tab of the Vendor Record, must be updated in order to properly create ACH Payments 1) Payment Method – Payment Method needs to be set to ’ACH’ 2) Bank Account Type – Select the … Continued
Check Printing Setup (CAN)

Check Printing Setup (CAN)

Restaurant365 allows users to print their own checks without relying upon pre-printed check stock.  This gives users greater flexibility and added security as they will not have to keep pre-printed check stock on premises, or under lock and key.  Blank checks also offer additional convenience, allowing you to print multiple checks out of multiple checkbooks in a single check run, with no need to go into the printer and change the checks between changing the checkbook in the system.  Click here for training on how to Print Checks Check Printing Requirements: To be able to print checks in Restaurant365, you need to … Continued
Printing Checks

Printing Checks

Restaurant365 allows users to print their own checks without relying upon pre-printed check stock.  This gives users greater flexibility and added security as they will not have to keep pre-printed check stock on premises, or under lock and key.  Blank checks also offer additional convenience, allowing you to print multiple checks to multiple Vendors in a single check run.  The blank check stock can be used for multiple checkbooks and multiple Check Runs all without the need to change the check stock in the printer. Before you can print checks using Restaurant365, Bank Accounts must be setup correctly, and the required check stock, … Continued
Using the Bank Activity Screen

Using the Bank Activity Screen

Overview The purpose of the Bank Activity screen to make it simple to match your bank statement to transactions already in the system electronically.  It also allows easy creation of new deposits and withdrawals based on data from your bank that isn’t in the system yet.  Using the Bank Activity feature will make your reconciling a bank statement much quicker. Once your bank accounts are setup (click here to learn more about setting up bank accounts), then the bank activity process consists of 3 steps: Download activity from your bank Upload the file in the bank activity form (this will … Continued
ACH Reports

ACH Reports

Note: Although most Banks allow for ACH upload, please double-check to ensure your account type within your Bank allows for ACH uploading.   Restaurant365 recommends sending your Bank Representative a sample of the following available ACH Report Types.  The ‘ACH Export Default 1’ report is the National standard used by most Banks.      ACH Exports can be produced on the Check Run.  Click here for more information on how to Set-up ACH Payment Settings on the Vendor Record. In order to produce the ACH Export file, the ACH Report must first be assigned on the Bank Record.  Click here for … Continued