What is actualization or corrective transaction in cash shifts
Actualization or corrective transaction is an automatic transaction equal to the difference between a book and actual balances. The program adds this transaction after the cash shift is closed.
If after the cash shift closure the balance in the cash drawer differs from the sum that was calculated by Poster, then actual and book balances will differ too.
☝️ There is a difference between the actual and book balances if at the closing of the shift the actual balance of cash in the cash desk differs from the amount that Poster calculated. If this difference doesn’t transfer into the cash account, then its balance won’t differ from the real one.
To transfer the real amount of money from the cash drawer to cash account after the cash shift is closed, the program automatically creates a corrective transaction in the tab Finance → Transactions.
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