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Missing Posting Accounts when marking a payment as NSF

Missing Posting Accounts when marking a payment as NSF

Missing Posting Accounts when marking a payment as NSF

(OP)
When attempting to mark a payment as NSF I receive the message Please Enter valid Posting Accounts before marking the cash recept as NSF.  I've added the GL account for NSF charges under Posting account, as well as a Cash Account . What other account might I be missing?
 

RE: Missing Posting Accounts when marking a payment as NSF

3 Accounts will be needed to post the NSF transaction:
Cash
Accounts Receivables
NSF Charge

For the Cash and Accounts Receivables accounts the system will look at the customer account settings first, then the company posting accounts.  The NSF Change is not customer specific, so that is always set under the company posting accounts (Tools | Setup | Posting | Posting Accounts | Change Display to Sales).

Hope that helps.

Victoria Yudin
Dynamics GP MVP 2005 - 2011
Use Crystal Reports and SSRS with GP:
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blog: http://victoriayudin.com

RE: Missing Posting Accounts when marking a payment as NSF

(OP)
Victoria,
     That is it!  WE have never populated the posting accounts, everything is taken from either the customer record or the item record.  This NSF transaction is the first in 2 years that needed those accounts set up under posting accounts.. Thanks so much for the help and direction! I depend A LOT on your blog and info.  Always great information.
 

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