Dear Sergi and Cedric,

Thank you very much for the responses.

According to the documentation:
" The account_statement module allows to book statements. Statement can be
used for bank statement, cash daybook etc."

However, Cedric is right that we are planning to complete the transaction
using "Pay" button on invoice.

But, I am unable to understand how the "Cash Journals" report can be used
to get the list of cash receipts by a specific user. Even if that can be
done, that would be a manual confirmation for which there will be no
financial transaction booked and hence no documentation.

Keeping this and the definition of statement in view, I think Sergi may be
right. But, how will I extract the cash receipts from Cash Journal for a
specific user and what accounts will be debited/credited when I post the

Some financial software record an Account Payable entry for the Cash Clerk
for each cash receipt made by him/her and at day close nullify it after
receiving and posting cash entry.


On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 12:42 PM, Cédric Krier <>

> On 2016-09-22 09:19, Sergi Almacellas Abellana wrote:
> > El 21/09/16 a les 18:48, Khurram Shahzad ha escrit:
> > > Dear Community,
> > >
> > > We have many cash counters at our hospital where Cash Clerks prepare
> > > invoices for various services/goods rendered to Customers. The
> customers
> > > pay Cash to the Cash Clerks to settle the invoice amount.
> > >
> > > What the finance department wants is that at the end of the shift every
> > > Cash Clerk comes to finance department with the cash collected and
> hands
> > > it to over to some Senior Cashier. Now the senior cashier wants to
> > > confirm that Cash Clerk has handed over all the money against all the
> > > invoices he received payments from customers. In other words, we want
> to
> > > have a financial document (or statement) showing all the payments
> > > received by a Cash Clerk and - one statement for one per cash clerks
> one
> > > shift.
> >
> > I think you are searching for the account_statment module. Have a look at
> > it's docs:
> >
> >
> I do not think statement is the right workflow here because statements
> are for asynchronous payment (from bank or cashier).
> Here I think they are just using the "Pay" button on the invoice.
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