This is where you record cheques which you want to cash.
Record details of the cheque
Select the bank account you want to withdraw the money from.
Enter the cheque value as Amount.
The date defaults to today’s date. Amend the date if required to that on the cheque.
Enter the actual cheque number which is on the cheque by overwriting the automatically generated cheque number.
Tip: You might need to amend this number if the cheque you are entering is to correct an error on a previous paying-in slip or on a draw cheque for cash transaction. If so, we recommend that you use a cheque number outside your current range, e.g. 00001. Try not to make it a larger number than the one you are using currently.
Note: If Tali won’t accept your cheque number, this may be because they are duplicated. For information on how to resolve this, see the Article, How do I deal with a duplicated cheque?
Enter any notes that will help you to identify the cheque you are cashing.
Click Draw Cheque.
Correct the value of a cashed cheque
If the amount you cashed was too low:
Draw another cheque.
Tip: Enter a cheque number that is unique but outside your current range, e.g. 00001. Try not to make it a larger number than the one you are using currently.
If the amount you cashed was too high:
Pay the excess back into the bank, using Bank & Cash > Pay Income to Bank. For more information, see the Article, Pay Income to Bank.
Cancel a cheque I have drawn for cash
Pay the cash back into the bank, using Bank & Cash > Pay Income to Bank. For more information, see the Article, Pay Income to Bank.