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Accounting and Finance (account_accountant)
• Online Billing (account_voucher)
• eInvoicing (account)
This module allows you to easily manage check deposits : you can select all the checks you received and create a global deposit for the selected checks. This module supports multi-currency ; each deposit has a currency and all the checks of the deposit must have the same currency (so, if you have checks in EUR and checks in USD, you must create 2 deposits : one in EUR and one in USD).
A journal named Check Received is automatically created. It will be available as a payment method in Odoo. On this journal, you must configure the Default Debit Account and Defaut Credit Account ; this is the account via which the amounts of checks will transit between the reception of a check from a customer and the validation of the check deposit in Odoo.
On the company form view, you should configure the Account for Check Deposits ; this is the account via which the amounts of checks will transit between the validation of the check deposit in Odoo and the credit on the bank account.
When you receive a check that pays a customer invoice, you can go to that invoice and click on the button Register Payment and select the Check Received journal as Payment Method.
When you want to deposit checks to the bank, go to the menu Accounting > Bank and Cash > Check Deposit, create a new check deposit and set the journal Checks Received and select the bank account on which you want to credit the checks. Then click on Add an item to select the checks you want to deposit at the bank. Eventually, validate the deposit and print the report (you probably want to customize this report).
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