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Old 06-08-2006, 06:46 AM
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Question post dated cheques

Could Any One Help Me How To Enter Post Dated Cheques In Pt.
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Old 06-08-2006, 11:28 AM
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you can enter whatever date you want.
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Old 06-08-2006, 11:27 PM
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Post dated check is always my issue.
The receipts date is the date of received of check and
bank in date will be in the future.

So the ageing report show the invoice was paid on the receipt date.
So I created a POST DATED CHECK account to record the receipt and then repost it to bank a/c when I bank in the check.

The problem is you wont get the correct ageing because post dated check posted on the current date.

I hope PT design an option to record post dated check on the receipt menu and ageing report can show with or without post date check.

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Old 06-09-2006, 04:30 AM
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You really should get into the habit of going to the bank whenever you have a check that needs to be deposited. That way your receipt date matches the date of deposit each time.
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Old 06-09-2006, 04:33 AM
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bounce chk and posted dated chks

Sir,

Cud U Pls Tell Me Did U Creat A/c In Gl Or Post Dated Chks As Customer. How ?
And Is There Any Way To Keep Record Of Undeposted Chks Record In Pt.
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Old 06-09-2006, 05:20 AM
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Laura - the issue is that they're getting post dated checks that they can't deposit right away.

Here's a crazy idea - why don't you just HOLD the post dated checks and not enter them into Peachtree until thedate when they are valid?
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Old 06-09-2006, 05:39 AM
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Sir,

I Want To Keep Record Of Undeposted Checks In Pt. And Want To Print Out Sheet Of Undeposited Checks Every Morning To Check For Deposit In Bank Plus In Pt Bank.

My Transaction Are Like:
I Recev Chks Of Current Date And Post Dated Which I Have To Record In Current Date Aslo I Record Post Dated Chks When I Recev I Enter In Current Date . But When I Deposit I Want Peachtree Should Show My Entry Date And The Date Of Deposit .

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Old 06-13-2006, 08:16 PM
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what i do is

Create an GL a/c Post dated cheque (cash).
Use Excel to register the cheques by customer name with cheque number, date and bank in date. always try to reconcile with Post dated cheque account.

It is not ideal to create Posted date cheque a/c for every customers or else the balance sheet will look just like customer listing.
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Old 06-14-2006, 04:38 AM
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This might work for you: When you record the receipt for a Post dated check leave the Deposit Ticket ID field blank. Use the date of the check as the date of the receipt. The will record the sale properly but keep the deposits out of that day's deposit slip.

When you are ready to deposit that check, go to Select For Deposit and enter a Deposit Ticket ID & date that matches the rest of the deposit slip being made up. When you do your bank rec you will see the deposited listed with the date of the Deposit Ticket and not the date on the receipt as originally recorded.

Alternatively, you could open up the receipt and change the date and add the appropriate Deposit ticket ID & date here.

To track what checks have not been deposited, run the Bank Deposit report found under Account Rec. All undeposited checks will appear at the top of the report with a blank deposit ticket ID.

If you do not deposit checks on the day received then you might change your Customer Default options on the pay methods tab to always assign Deposit Ticket IDs when you use Select for Deposit task. This way you control which date appears on the deposit in the bank rec but allows you to record all checks received.
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Old 06-15-2006, 08:05 PM
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But blank deposit ticket does not record the date of the Post dated cheque.

It would be a good way if:-
At receipt menu, an option to choose Post date cheque and enter the date of the cheque.
So PT keeps 2 date for us, one receipt date and one actual cheque date.
A Post dated cheque report.
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Old 06-16-2006, 04:05 AM
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Then use the date of the posted dated check when you make your receipt.

The date used for the deposit slip should match the date of the deposit to aid in doing your bank rec.

So yes, there are 2 dates recorded. In most cases, they are the same based on the date the check was received.
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Old 06-23-2006, 07:27 PM
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I personally prefer that PT can give me:-

1) Debtor Ageing with post dated cheque
2) Debtor Ageing wihout post dated cheque
3) A post dated cheque report
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i. A receipt is not valid until the cheque is clear.
ii. When we received a PD cheque, a receipt issue is temporary until the date of the cheque.
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