Split bank transaction

Modified on Thu, 28 Mar 2024 at 11:04 AM

Disclaimer

All screenshots in the article were taken in the Dutch version of Yuki.


All bank transactions uploaded to Yuki end up in the 'Bank transactions to be processed' workflow. For handling bank transactions, there can be three situations:

  • IDR has recognised the bank transaction and suggests a match with a payment
  • IDR has recognised the bank transaction but cannot suggest a direct match to a payment
  • IDR did not recognise the bank transaction, so the transaction must be processed manually.


This article describes the third situation.


Only a user with the 'Back office' role in a domain can process bank transactions in the 'Bank transactions to be processed' workflow.


Only a user with the 'Back office' role in a domain can split a bank transaction.,


To split a bank transaction, open the domain. The Back office workflow screen always opens by default. In this screen, click on the Bank tile to open the Bank transactions to be processed workflow.


In the now-opened screen, click on the > in front of a bank transaction line


In the now-opened screen, click on the Split button:



The following screen is opened:



Enter the details of the first split part of the bank transaction, then click on the Save button. The following screen is opened:



Click on the Edit icon to record and then save the second split part of the bank transaction.



To match a split part of the bank transaction with an invoice, click on the Match icon for the relevant part.


To split the bank transaction again, click on the Split button again.


To unsplit a bank transaction, click on the Actions button and record the transaction by selecting the appropriate action from the list.

Click on the Processed button which will show the next transaction in the workflow.


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