Cash up report

The cash-up screen provides reports to keep track of your practice’s transactions.

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Select Cash Up Report from the Accounts menu.



The default view shows you a transaction report, listing all invoices and payments for that day. Invoices with outstanding balances are red.

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cash up report 7You can adjust the period you wish to view by changing the dates in the top right of the screen. Once you have selected the dates, click on Refresh to update the screen.



Cash up report 4You can also choose which details you wish to view using the right-hand lists. Click on each blue heading to view the details in that category. You can then tick the individual details you want to see.

Cash up report 3The default view shows all providers and payees.



Cash up report 1If you wish to correct an invoice, highlight it in the transaction list and click on Point of Sale in the Actions menu. This will take you to the Point of Sale screen.

In the Actions bar, you also have the option of saving your cash up report to a spreadsheet, using Microsoft Excel.

Cash up report 5Reports:

The Reports menu at the bottom right of the screen offers a range of different reports.
When you click on an item on the menu, the report is generated in a separate window. You can then print this report, email it, and save it as a PDF.


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Cash up: full transaction report, listing all payments and invoices.

Services provided: all invoices, sorted by service type.

Payments by Payee: all payments shown in a table, sorted by payment methods (cheque, cash, EFTPOS etc) and organisations within the practice.

Payments by Provider: all payments shown in a table, sorted by payment methods (cheque, cash, EFTPOS etc) and practitioners within the practice.

Bank Deposit: Generates a bank deposit slip by automatically importing the details of all cheques received. A separate deposit slip is created for each organisation. When you click “Print” or “Cancel” for one deposit slip, the next deposit slip (for the next organisation) will come up.