You have the option to view the balance of cash in each register, and, if necessary manually adjust these amounts.
You can see the total cash balance of the cash register location from which you are working from.
by clicking on the amount a new window will be displayed where you can make your manual adjustments.
Here you can edit the balance by adding or subtracting to the current balance. A note must also be added for every manual adjustment like this.
Here are two examples of a balance adjustment, both adding and subtracting from the balance:
In the image below the register is displaying a balance of $449.750.61, and $400,000 is subtracted.
After clicking save, you can see that the balance has been changed $49.750.61, and reflected on the main menu screen.
The next example shows an increase to the balance. The current balance is $49.750.61, and this is being increased by $249
After saving, a new balance on the main menu screen of $49.999.61 is displayed.
Notes: Reasons you may need to manually adjust balances:
1. End of day/shift accounting where cash registers are emptied for banking
2. Discrepancies in user shift
3. Additional cash added by management in anticipation of supplier payments
4. Other accounting and administration reason that cash may be collected by management during a shift