After you record a Receive Money transaction, you'll probably want to view the transaction again in the future. You may also want to find a recurring Receive Money transaction.
If you havetransactions are changeable, you can change and delete Receive Money transactions. If you have , you can only reverse transactions. (Choosing changeable or unchangeable transactions)
Note: Bank deposits of undeposited funds can't be changed
When you delete a transaction, the transaction is removed from your records. When you reverse a transaction an opposite transaction is created to remove the effects of the original transaction from your records. Then, if you want, you can enter a new, correct transaction to replace the transaction you deleted or reversed.
Keep in mind, if you selected the Use Audit Trail Tracking preference, all deleted transactions are recorded. (Changes and entries recorded by Audit Trail Tracking)
Transactions recorded on a bank deposit
When you group undeposited funds transactions and then record the transactions on a bank deposit, the transactions are first recorded in the undeposited funds account and then the amounts are transferred to the bank account when the bank deposit is recorded.
When you reverse a payment that was recorded on a bank deposit, the payment is reversed from the undeposited funds account, but additional steps are needed to remove the payment from the bank account.
If you wish to delete a payment that was recorded on a bank deposit, you must first delete the bank deposit. When you delete the bank deposit, receipts that were included on the bank deposit can then be deleted. Receipts included on a bank deposit that were recorded in the Receive Money window can also be edited once the bank deposit is deleted.
Whether a bank deposit can be reversed or deleted depends on whether your company file is changeable or unchangeable. (Choosing changeable or unchangeable transactions)
Payment receipts correspond directly to cash receipts transactions. That is, when you record a cash receipt, the information you enter on the transaction can be printed on a payment receipt. Because of this relationship, you should be aware of the impact on any payment receipt that has already been printed whenever you change, reverse or delete a cash receipts transaction.
You can print a Credit Card Receipt, an MYOB Premier Accounting's Plain Paper Receipt or you can create and print a customized receipt. If you're a subscriber to the MYOB Merchant Account Service, you can print a Credit Card Receipt after a credit card payment has been approved. You'll simply click the Print button in the Processed Payment Receipt window.
To find payment receipts, use the Review Receipts Before Printing window. This window shows a list of your payment receipts based upon the selections you made in the Forms Selection - Print Receipts window. (To open the Forms Selection - Print Receipts window, click the Print Receipts button in the Banking or Sales Command Center.)
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