a - Imported CSV bank transactionsb - CSV format =
1 - Withdrawals must be positive number in CSV file (else show up as deposits
in check register)2 - Must assign withdrawals to pay bills to Liabilities ->
Accounts Payable during the import process
Then I can right click them in Check Register view and Assign Payment As will
let me choose a vendor.
(1 above is true even if you label the columns deposits and withdrawals during
the import process)
Questions:I - Is the process described above correct? Better alternative?2 -
How would you properly assign a withdrawal for a loan to an employee or
shareholder or other entity?3 - How would you properly assign a withdrawal that
was a dismemberment to a shareholder?4 - How would you properly assign a
capitol deposit to shareholder equity?
Thanks again for the help.
On Sunday, February 4, 2018, 9:32:29 AM EST, Geert Janssens
Op zondag 4 februari 2018 14:53:26 CET schreef Fran_3:
> How to Assign imported checking transaction to a Vendor?
> All I can see is assigning to a Customer:
> See Click Sequence and Ref Manual 7.1 below for more detains.
> Thanks for any help.
> Click Sequence:- Imported Checking Transactions- Viewed Checking Account-
> Right Clicked a payment- Clicked Assign As Payment- Process Payment Window
> Opens- BUT only allows choosing Customer- Can not choose Vendor
The assign as payment logic in 2.6 is fairly primitive. It tests for two
1. does the transaction has at least one split in an Accounts Receivable or
Accounts Payable account ? If yes to the first, it will only allow to select a
customer in the presented payment window. If the second it will only allow to
select a vendor in the presented payment window
2. if none of these, it will look at the sign of the checking split: is it
positive (that is you receive money) it will propose a customer payment,
otherwise it will propose a vendor payment.
And that's it. So does the transaction you have selected match any of these
that would lead to a customer selection (split in A/R or you receive the
> Reference Manual 7.1
> There is an alternative way of assigning a payment to (one or more) bills
> where the payment transaction already exists, say in the case where
> transactions are imported from a bank.
> This can best be done starting from the asset account register holding the
> imported payment transaction (like your bank account). In that account,
> select the payment, right-click (control-click for Mac OS X) and
> choose Assign as payment.... The payment window will pop-up, partly filled
> in with the information from the transaction. Fill in the missing
> information like the proper vendor and bill to complete the payment.
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