How to record a hand-written check, EFT, or an already paid transaction (assign check number)
Nutshell instructions with detailed instructions below
- Pull up the bill
- Click Assign Check Number
- Enter the check number that matches the one on the hand-written check.
- EFT transactions use EFT### where ### is the EFT transaction number.
- Voided or deleted check where check still exists, use ####a where #### is the original check number and 'a' allows you to re-use the original check number by changing it slightly.
- Click Save.
- Click Submit to submit the bill with the check number assigned.
- Pull up the bill.
- Click Assign Check Number button in the Bill.
Used under the following conditions:
- hand-written check: You filled out the check by hand and now need to record it in PSA
- deleted check: You created the check and printed it. Then, you deleted the check so you could change the line item in the bill (the expense). The Vendor, date, amount, comment haven't changed.
- voided check: You created the check and printed it. Then, you accidentally voided it. The Vendor, date, amount, comment haven't changed.
- EFT transaction: You paid for a service or an item through an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) and do not need to print a check.
- Enter the check number
- When assigning the check number, you cannot use special characters such as (' apostrophe) as the check will not save.
- For EFT's use the letters EFT as a prefix to the check number appended to the EFT Transaction number
- Always use letters such as "EFT" before any Electronic Fund Transfers to avoid throwing your check numbers out of sequence.
- If you forgot to add EFT to your check and need to change it you may be able to use Change Check Numbers if you have permissions to that process. See: How to change the check number.
- For voided or deleted checks, re-use the same check number but add an alpha character to the end. For example, the number shown in this screenshot would be 1051a.
- Click Save.
- After clicking Save, you must submit the Bill.
- If you go back into the bill, you will see the assigned check number.