## Recording multiple checks in a single deposit

### Recording multiple checks in a single deposit

This seems like it's probably brutally simple, but I
can't figure it out: how do I record multiple check
numbers in a single deposit?

The deposit consists of a couple checks from my primary
checking account which I'm depositing, along with some
cash, as a single deposit transcation in a different
checking account.

Using MS Money Deluxe 2003.

- sph

### Recording multiple checks in a single deposit

>This seems like it's probably brutally simple, but I
>can't figure it out: how do I record multiple check
>numbers in a single deposit?

>The deposit consists of a couple checks from my primary
>checking account which I'm depositing, along with some
>cash, as a single deposit transcation in a different
>checking account.

>Using MS Money Deluxe 2003.

You can enter a Split.

### Recording multiple checks in a single deposit

Quote:

>You can enter a Split.

>.

Yes, I know how the split thing works...but it doesn't
appear to allow you to enter checks from another account.

### Recording multiple checks in a single deposit

Quote:

>>You can enter a Split.

>>.
>Yes, I know how the split thing works...but it doesn't
>appear to allow you to enter checks from another account.

Most checks are from another account. But I guess you want these to
be entered as transfers.

Try CommonTransactions->Deposit->DepositMultipleItems when you first
start the deposit transaction.

### Recording multiple checks in a single deposit

Transfer:AccountA (\$100) and Transfer:AccountB (\$100) in splits in a
transaction in AccountC will result in a \$200 increase in the balance of
AccountC.

Quote:

> >You can enter a Split.

> >.
> Yes, I know how the split thing works...but it doesn't
> appear to allow you to enter checks from another account.

### Recording multiple checks in a single deposit

Quote:

> >You can enter a Split.

> >.
> Yes, I know how the split thing works...but it doesn't
> appear to allow you to enter checks from another account.

If you have a cash account to track your day-to-day spending, you can
deposit all the checks to your "wallet", which will allow you to record full
details (dates, check numbers, splits, etc), then make a single transfer to

--
Scott Tyler
agent_scotty-at-hotmail-dot-com

Hello,

I was trying to find a way to post several invoices to a
single deposit.  Is this possible?  For example, I
receive payment for a \$25 and a payment for \$45 I will
make a deposit to the bank for \$70, but in my money
register it shows as a \$25 and \$45 deposit on the same
day.  I would like for the money register to match the
actual deposit amount.