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Use this tab to determine how transactions entered in the Accounts Receivable module post to the general ledger.

titleTo configure the GL Interface tab
  1. Under Advanced Tools, click the Settings tab.
  2. Select Accounts Receivable from the drop-down list and click Go .
  3. Click the GL Interface tab.
  4. Make your selections. Use the field descriptions in this topic for reference.
  5. Click Close.
Fd panel
titleAdditional Field Information

Accounts Receivable Mode
Select the method of accounting you will use. For an explanation of the different types, see Cash vs. Accrual Accounting.

Accrual Source/Adjustment Source
Select the source to assign invoice transactions. When using an accrual method, this field is called Accrual Source, and when using a cash basis, this field is called Adjustment Source.

Deposit Source
Select the source that payments posted to the general ledger contain.

Unapplied Payment Source
Select a source to use for posting unapplied payments to the general ledger.

ACH Source
Select a source which ACH payment types posted to the general ledger should contain. You should set up a separate deposit source in General Ledger Define Lists.

Write Off Fee
Select a fee for writing off an unpaid invoice, according to your organization's procedures.

Select Multiple Fees
Select if you are tracking multiple general ledger funds in one set of accounts receivable data.

Late Fee
Select a default late fee. This speeds up adding individual late fee invoices or mass generating late fees.

NSF Fee and Amount
Select a default fee and amount. When entering a return check fee invoice, the default fee and amounts are completed. 

Related topics

Configuring the AR Setup Tab
Configuring the Bank Account Maintenance Tab
Configuring the Transaction Setup Tab
Working with Calendar Exceptions
Configuring the Check Scanner for Accounts Receivable