Fill a New Transaction

Transactions – it is all financial operations in establishment: bills, payments to a supplier, paid salaries, repaid debt, and so on.

To view all transactions, go to the "Cashbox" tab in "Transactions" section. Incomes are highlighted in gray, expenses are highlighted in red. In the section you can:

  • fill income;
  • fill expense;
  • transfer money between cashes;
  • find any transaction.

Access rights

To work with transactions, you need the right to “Write” in the “Cash” section.


Fill Income

1. In the "Transactions" section, click "Add income".

2. Fill in the required fields:

  • specify the date – the day when transaction was created is set automatically;
  • select the cash for which the money was received;
  • indicate the type of payment – in ready cash or by bank transfer;
  • select the transaction type "Deposit", if the client has deposited money for the reservation of the table;
  • enter the amount and description of the transaction, for example, where did the money come from;
  • indicate the type of activity: operational (reflected in the report on profits and losses and in the report on movement of cash assets), financial or investment (reflected in the report on movement of cash assets).

3. Provide additional information:

  • indicate the group to which the transaction belongs;
  • select the supplier, if the money came from him, and the invoice on which the calculation is made.

4. Click "Create" to save the transaction.

The income is filled, the amount at the cash has increased, and the amount of the supplier’s debt has - decreased.

Fill an Expense

1. In the "Transactions" section, click "Add expense".

2. Fill in the required fields:

  • specify the date – the day when transaction was created is set automatically;
  • select the cash, from which payment is performed;
  • indicate the type of payment – in ready cash or by bank transfer;
  • enter the amount and description of the transaction, for example, what the money is spend for;
  • indicate the type of activity: operational (reflected in the report on profits and losses and in the report on movement of cash assets), financial or investment (reflected in the report on movement of cash assets).

3. Provide additional information:

  • indicate the group to which the transaction belongs;
  • select the supplier, if you pay for his services, and the invoice on which the calculation is made.
Additionally, you can select a payment transaction to the supplier, if it was filled before.

4. Click "Create" to save the transaction.

The expense is filled, the amount at the cash and the debt to the supplier decreased.

Fill a Transfer to the Cash

You can transfer money from one cash to another. For example, from the safe to the cash.

1. In the "Transactions" section, click "Transfer to cash".

2. Fill in the fields:

  • specify the date – the day when transaction was created is set automatically;
  • choose from which and to which cash the transfer is performed;
  • indicate the type of payment – in ready cash or by bank transfer;
  • enter the amount and description of the transaction, for example, what the money is spend for.

Additionally, you can specify to which group the operation is belongs.

3. Click "Create" to save the transaction.

The transfer is filled, and two transactions appeared in the list of transactions - the expense at the cash - to the sender, and the income at the cash desk to the receiver.

Edit Transaction

All operations can be edited, but we pay attention to important rules:

1. You can change the supplier and the invoice for the transaction, but you cannot delete the supplier or the invoice in the transaction.

2. The transaction amount cannot be changed upward (for expense operations) or less (for income operations).

3. When editing a transfer from one cash to another, both transactions change.

Find transaction

By using the search bar, you can easily find any transaction:

  • for a period of time;
  • suitable type – income or expense;
  • with a specific supplier;
  • filled by a specific user and so on.

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