Cash-coding creates new documents that you can use to reconcile bank transactions that do not require a supporting document, such as bank fees.
Note: Cash-coding is only available on desktop integrated accounts or Dext Prepare accounts that are not integrated with an accounting or bookkeeping software. Cash-coding is also unavailable on Extract and Business plans. Find out more about the different Dext Prepare products here.
You can cash-code any transaction on the Transaction List in your Bank Workspace, but if a transaction has a Bank Match or Paperwork Match icon you will want to review these first. If a transaction does require a supporting document, you may submit a Paperwork Request to your client for the outstanding document.
How to Cash-Code Bank Transactions
- Go to the Transactions in the Bank Workspace.
- Click the green Cash-Code icon next to the transaction you wish to cash-code.
- Enter the supplier name and Dext Prepare user who owns the transaction, then click Create.
- You will receive a notification that the item has been created in the Costs Workspace. Click View Item to review it, and edit information where necessary.
The bank transaction and Costs document will have a Bank Match icon and can be processed further.