Accounting Rules for AB - Automatic Bank Statement Processing

AB10: Bank Statements

When applied

Account entries are created in 'Bank Statement. Open' (ABS100) when bank statements are automatically or manually processed.

References

See Automatic Processing of Bank Statements.

See Bank Statement Types and Multi-Division Customer Receipts.

Accounting rules for AB10: Bank statements

Rule

D/C

Name

Description

AB10-185

 

Accepted payment difference

Represents the difference between the invoiced amount and actual paid amount that is accepted and written off automatically, as defined in 'Payment Tolerance. Open' (ARS098).

AB10-280

 

Rounding off

 

AB10-370

 

Bank account

Used when bank statement type 1 (Bank statement) is selected in (ABS100).

AB10-374

 

Bank in transit

Represents the bank account used for payments that have been remitted to bank but not collected yet. Used when bank statement type 2 (Payment specification) is selected in (ABS100).

AB10-390

D

Customer claim from other divisions

Used for multi-division customer receipts, that is, when customer receipts from one division are processed in another one in the Automatic Bank Statements module. The check box 'Customer receipts from multiple divisions' in 'Bank Account Identifier. Open' (ABS900) determines whether multi-division customer receipts are accepted.

AB10-395

C

Customer debt to other division

As AB10-390, but refers to the customer debt instead.

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